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Moment of Glory
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Price: Free! Words: 5,240. Language: English. Published: February 28, 2012. Category: Fiction » Christian » General
Demas could hear the rats scurrying about in a corner of the cell, and he thought, wryly, that Antonia was not particularly noted for its accommodations or pleasant company. His cellmate was sleeping. Amazing how a man could sleep so soundly only a few hours before his execution! Demas had seen these Roman executions before and knew how slow and painful they could be.
The Legionnaire's Prize
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Price: $1.99 USD. Words: 15,940. Language: English. Published: March 1, 2013 by Breathless Press. Category: Fiction » Romance » Historical
Decimus wasn’t born a Roman and doesn’t intend to stay one, but leaving is complicated...especially with a new wife in tow.
Renegade Legionnaire (Legionnaire! #2)
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Price: $1.99 USD. Words: 39,050. Language: English. Published: October 29, 2013 by Piccadilly Publishing. Category: Fiction » Adventure » Action
General Sturmer, formerly a Nazi officer in the German desert forces, now leads a group of renegade Arab headhunters, tracking down Foreign Legion deserters. Ex-cowboy Legionnaire Texas is planning revenge. He aims to capture Sturmer and bring him to face justice in America for war crimes. Sturmer had been responsible for the deaths of thousands of prisoners and one of them had been Tex's brother.
Back to the Legion (Legionnaire! #3)
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Price: $1.99 USD. Words: 45,260. Language: English. Published: March 31, 2014 by Piccadilly Publishing. Category: Fiction » Adventure » Action
A Foreign Legion mystery story, continuing the adventures of the Legionnaire from Texas. Who were the Brotherhood of Tormented Men? Traveling across continents to the heart of the Sahara, their mission was death to the men of the Foreign Legion. But death comes to men who accept it, and these legionnaires were fighters—fighters who refused to accept death.