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Terror in the Smokies When the Hollywood crew came to the Great Smoky Mountains to shoot a movie about giant Fenris Wolves who had terrorized a remote community in Kentucky, they never expected to confront the actual monsters. Suddenly, the drama became real – and deadly. The sheriff, the army, the Cherokee nation and local monster hunters fought the creatures – all of it caught live on camera.

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Terror in Alaska

Somehow Canine Giants of Northern Alaska find their way to a small town in the hills of Eastern Kentucky. Huge footprints and then mutilated cattle spread fear through the town. Then a local farm boy is decapitated and fear becomes rage as self-proclaimed monster-chasers of every stripe descend to do battle. TV mountain men, motorcycle gangs, even the National Guard discover they are no match for the stealth and power of the beasts. A local Forest Ranger is their only hope.

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Terror on the TundraThey came off the ice floe, giant wolves or maybe just dogs somehow evolved into something larger, something different, something terrifying. The Arctic melt force them onto land, the barren tundra of Alaska’s North Slope. There, in a small village of native people and oil company workers, the dogs find a new food source – people. At first, the stories seemed too bizarre for belief but the University of Alaska sends a youthful professor to check them out. A storm, ice fog and downed power lines isolate the village just as the dogs close in. The professor and the residents are alone and facing a pack of killers as large as horses.

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cropped-Weed-Cover1.jpgWhen his wife left him, Josh Stiles retired from the Marine Corps and tried to begin a new life, a search for roots in a world where he felt like an alien. That took him to the hills of Kentucky where he found his parents two families involved in a bloody feud around the marijuana they grew, sold and killed to protect. He could be the one to end the fighting – if they didn’t kill him first. From

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Stealing Ho Chi Minh’s Gold- Kelley Price receives the gift of Stealing Covereveryone’s dreams: a dead uncle who leaves a fortune! He goes to Hawaii to claim his inheritance but all is not what it seems. And that is just the beginning of this suspenseful thriller with some of the most unique plot twists I have ever read. Comment from an Annual Writer’s Digest Self-Published Book Awards Judge.


Counter Intelligence How did a baby-faced insurance agent wind up tracking Nazi “Werewolf ” saboteurs, leading raids behind enemy lines and Counter Intelligence by Jim Millerwrecking havoc with the German war machine? Young Jimmie Miller saw World War II as a career opportunity and signed up for the Army Counter Intelligence Corps thinking he would ride out the war in style. Instead, he wound up fighting his way across North Africa, France, Germany and Austria. Along the way, he found adventure and the career he sought.


Heavy Jets by Jim Miller Heavy Jets – It was the first jet airlifter and it changed the world making it possible for the United States to project power and wage the Vietnam war 10,000 miles from our shores. This book is a fictionalized chronicle of the aviators who flew the ungainly C-141 “sub-sonic bug sucker.” They were a breed apart; fiercely independent and always flirting with disaster. This is their story… and every word is a lie. I swear it. Order an autographed copy from


iuniverse coversIt was 1945 and the Americans were turning to peace, disbanding the Army and the OSS, intelligence agency. But the Russians had a different view of post-war Europe and launched an unprecedented power grab. Vienna became the front line for a confrontation between Stalin’s KGB and the remnants of our Counter Intelligence Corps. It was bare-knuckle espionage with no limits. The biggest prize – Nazi nuclear scientists who could give Russia an Atom Bomb.