Arizona never experienced a summer like this, as snipers Dale Hausner and Sam Dieteman took aim at anything?and everything?in their path. Phoenix was a city in terror as the deadly spree ultimately claimed 37 vicitims, people and pets? until one detective began to put the pieces together to nail the murderous duo.
Skull, the Arion. Skull is one of the last survivors of a race of warriors genetically created to be the perfect weapon of war. The Arions' light blue skin, enhanced strength, cunning, and keen tracking sense makes even one of them a formidable foe for an entire platoon. Talon, the Ariel. Talon is an outcast among his race of benevolent philosophers, the first genetically created race. The Ariels have been given superior intellect, the peak of "human" physical attributes, and wings that carry them even further above normal men. Skull and Talon. Two unconventional men, trying to live up to the legacy of their fathers while finding their place in a clockwork world full of humans and mutants, Skull and Talon struggle to survive in a world built by the uneasy partnership of forgotten magic and late-century science. Partnered by fate, bound by destiny-this is the legend of Skull and Talon.
The Screaming Demon is the sequel to the Beginning. The book follows Malcolm, when he makes his way toward the castle, looking for revenge. He must come to terms with his self and the fact that he is now a witch doctor. He wakes up, only to discover he is not alone. The Rat jumped onto Malcolm Batleys lap, making him jump, and this time he had peed himself. The Rat was very small, but his legs and arms were long! He was all covered in long brown hair, so they called him the Little Rat. The Rat gives Malcolm some good advice. Then he tells Malcolm what he must do, but will he do what Rat asked? You save Little Rat! Click . . . You kick man from village in ribs, so I get away from him . . . Then so I give magic to you! Man from village . . . He try steals my magic from me, but now villages think I run with a Screaming Demon, so now they leave me alone! Click! Villages think you are Screaming Demon . . . they now leave you alone, and keep out of your way but, one or two will try stealing magic from you! Rat gave me the bad news. Now I would have to take him to his grave to his grave. I would not be burying him. I would be taking him to the top of Mount Cameroon, where I had to drop him into the volcano, dead or alive. I told him no at first. Thats when he told me about the castle, which I was looking for. Rat, whom I called Little Man and the man, who I became good friends with. How could I throw him to his death? Little man was a good persuader. If I took him to his resting place, he would show me how to kill the serpent and where I could find him. Then he would teach me how to survive and what I could eat. So I said I would take him. He said he was dying anyway. I was in for a long and hard walk, which would take me right back to where it all began, and then an even longer march, toward the castle, where I would fine my own demon, along with the serpent, which I had to defeat.
Notorious drug lord Spanky of Grand Rapids Michigan found out that club soda was going to be worth some billions in a few years so he decided he was going to bully Red out of his night club, basically make him sale it for a little bit of nothing, Red wasnt going to waste any time with Spanky crap so he sold the club to three friends Chuck, Tim, and Lil Tony for a better deal after that all hell broke loose once Spanky realized that he would never be the owner of club soda.
In a world much like are own, we find a young man lives out a life in a land devoid of life. With a friend and and a very small family his small life is up rooted by a group of soldiers in chrome armor. He fights with his desires for revenge as he meets new and unusual people. However if his life isn't skewed enough a time travelers appears. With a new finds an a manipulative new ally he soon finds himself swept into something much bigger than himself
BLOOD IN THE DUST The open West was a land where wanderers could find themselves a home—a home to fight for, to be changed by, sometimes to die for. Jed Asbury was one such journeyman, taking on the identity of a dead man. Allen Ring was another: He’d won his plot of land in a card game only to find he had to win again with a gun. From a has-been boxer to a ranch hand taking on his bosses’ troubles, the characters in these classic Louis L’Amour short stories are all “riding for the brand”—staying loyal to what matters, staking the West with their courage and their blood.