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The Shadow Warrior Series


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From a military coup, to the ultimate weapon of mass destruction, a missile with all launch codes ready to transmit. A modern day Dirty Dozen and a person made into a weapon. What if the Japanese had succeeded in the development of a nuclear weapon during World War II? Five books. Five outstanding thrillers.

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The Shadow Warrior Series

  1. 1. The Shadow Warrior Series These are stand alone titles and don’t need to be read in order.
  3. 3. High Praise for The Line Publishers Weekly: “Mayer has crafted a military thriller in the tradition of John Grisham’s The Firm.” Kirkus: “So convincing, that by the last page, readers may doubt the official version of the last 50 years.” Written by a New York Times Bestselling Author, West Point Graduate and Green Beret.
  4. 4. No other institution has had such a great impact on our history as the United States Military Academy. Two Presidents of the United States; the President of the Confederate States of America; 18 NASA astronauts; 76 Medals of Honor; Grant, Lee, Eisenhower, MacArthur, Bradley— the list of graduates and their accomplishments is long. The Line
  5. 5. In the vein of Seven Days in May, a story ripped from the headlines about the unbelievable but possible as only an insider can tell it. The Line
  6. 6. From the Ukraine to Pearl Harbor to the Army-Navy Game in Philadelphia, it becomes a race against time for Boomer and Trace to keep our country whole as the 7th of December looms. The Line
  7. 7. What if the Japanese had succeeded in developing a nuclear weapon at the end of World War II?
  8. 8. High Praise for The Gate Kansas City Journal Inquirer: “What a delicious adventure-thriller. Its clever, plausible plot gives birth to lots of action and suspense.”
  9. 9. The facts: As the Third Reich was reduced to rubble, a U-Boat attempted to make the arduous journey to Japan. Its cargo? Scientists, enriched uranium, and two Japanese naval officers. The Gate
  10. 10. The Facts: The Japanese worked extensively on their biological and chemical weapons. Unit 731 was infamous and largely ignored by history. The Gate
  11. 11. OSS documents speculate on Japan’s nuclear weapons program, also headquarters in Manchuria. Why were the Russians in such a rush to seize that program near the end of the war? The Gate
  12. 12. What if the Japanese succeeded? And what if they detonated one bomb in Manchuria at the end of the war and the second disappeared? On board a submarine heading across the Pacific. Toward the United States? Toward the city where the 1st meeting of the United Nations will be held. The Gate
  13. 13. The payload on one ICBM is not a nuclear weapon. It is the control system for all the United States nuclear weapons. It is the . . .
  14. 14. High Praise for Omega Missile “Rogue politicians, a maniac scientist and the doomsday weapon—The Omega Missile comes screaming down on target. A great action reader!” Stephen Coonts. “The Omega Missile is an exciting, fast-paced on-the- edge look at a problematical vestige of the nuclear age—broken back global warfare.” PT Deutermann
  15. 15. There is a fail safe device that is supposed to be the ultimate deterrent. A command and control computer and transmitter loaded into the payload of a single ICBM. Once launched, it can’t be stopped. It will transmit the launch codes to every nuclear platform the United States has. Omega Missile
  17. 17. Library Journal: “A masterpiece of technology and suspense.”
  18. 18. The most frightening weapon ever invented can be unleashed by a single person. And now, they have chosen her. On the border between Croatia and Bosnia, a killer practices his art on UN Peacekeeping troops, leaving bodies on display on crosses. OMEGA SANCTION
  19. 19. Take the rejects, the disgraced, the addicted, the terminally ill from the world of Special Operations and what do you end up with? A modern day Dirty Dozen.
  20. 20. High Praise for Section Eight Airpower Journal: “Mayer has written a very good novel and has established himself as one of today’s best military technothriller writers. A background in Special Operations gives him credibility and understanding from having been there and done that.”
  21. 21. The team is run by an entity known only as The Organization. The team leader’s problem? Is the Organization really part of the United States government or something else entirely? Section Eight
  22. 22. The Shadow Warrior Series These are stand alone titles and don’t need to be read in order.
  23. 23. New York Times bestselling author, graduate of West Point, former Green Beret, and feeder of two yellow Labs, most famously Cool Gus. He’s had over 75 books published, including the #1 bestselling series Time Patrol, Area 51, Atlantis, and the Green Berets. Born in the Bronx and having traveled the world he now lives peacefully with his wife and labs. Sort of. Free books below available HERE