All Because of War

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Tate Publishing, 2011 - Fiction - 224 pages
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What were they doing deep in the desert? Where was Sha' Medine? And where were the prisoners of war? Destroy Sha' Medine, a city-fortress that is only rumored to exist, and Arabia would fall and the thirteen-year war would be brought to its knees. Follow Corporal Will Levings deep into the heart of the Arabian Desert in the novel All Because Of War as he wages with a merciless futuristic war. On the run after his Blackhawk is shred by enemy fire, Will must find a way to escape an almost certain death. America has been thrust into the war that Israel had all but begged them to enter. In the daunting heat of the lonely desert, Will is forced to confront his frustrations of living in the shadows of his father, Colonel John Levings, the American hero, a hero whose reputation has been tarnished by years of conspiracy and lies. His father's fading fame is the least of Will's concerns as things go from bad to worse when he wanders into the deathly grip of an enemy war camp. But the prison holds the answer needed to end the thirteen-year war. And now, with seemingly no way out, Will must find a way to share his knowledge with the only people who can help him escape. David Amburgey lives in Baxley, Georgia, with his lovely wife, Lisa, and his children. He is currently the pastor of Baxley Free Will Baptist Church.
 

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Contents

Section 1
7
Section 2
9
Section 3
15
Section 4
25
Section 5
31
Section 6
33
Section 7
42
Section 8
44
Section 20
104
Section 21
110
Section 22
117
Section 23
123
Section 24
129
Section 25
133
Section 26
141
Section 27
145

Section 9
49
Section 10
51
Section 11
53
Section 12
62
Section 13
72
Section 14
77
Section 15
83
Section 16
90
Section 17
93
Section 18
96
Section 19
100
Section 28
153
Section 29
158
Section 30
168
Section 31
178
Section 32
186
Section 33
193
Section 34
201
Section 35
206
Section 36
212
Section 37
222
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