The Peacekeepers. Descent into Madness. Book 5.

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A group of peacekeepers had been slaughtered. The crew of the Peacekeeper race to the scene to investigate. Once there they learn that a cult had slaughtered the forty peacekeepers. The council declared war on the cult, for if they would dare to attack a large heavily armed party of peacekeepers then no one was safe. What followed was a descent into madness and not all would emerge.

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Words: 84,720
Language: English
ISBN: 9781452401072
About Ricky Sides

Ricky Sides was Born in Florence, Alabama in May of 1958. He has a wife named Sue that he married at age 18. He has one adult son named Larry Dale.

The author studied martial arts from 1981 to the mid 1990s. He has been an avid camper and student of survival. The techniques described in his fight sequences are often from his own personal experience and training. He has taught women's rape prevention seminars in the 1980's.

The author's writing experience includes The Birth of the Peacekeepers and the four other novels in that series, the Brimstone and the Companions of Althea series which is a nine novel set based on the online game t4c (the fourth coming) and was written by Ricky Sides under the pen name Raistlin and edited and collaborated on by a wonderful lady from Louisiana under the pen name Kittie Justice. The author also wrote a book on women's self-defense named The Ultimate in Women's Self-Defense.

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Review by: Bob Lee on Jan. 29, 2011 :
The Peacekeeper series takes an eerie turn with this latest installment. It begins with a detachment of over 30 peacekeepers being assaulted by their deadliest opponents to date, who seem to have supernatural powers! Are they vampires? Are their animal assistants werewolves? The answers to these lead the peacekeepers to discover a huge cult that have been secretly stealing and killing citizens, for their blood, naturally.

The action is great, and the plot moves steadily forward with constant challenges. It was nice to see the heroes in real danger, and the story takes some unusual twists. It culminates in one of the best action hand-to-hand fight sequences yet.

This is definitely the best novel in the series, and is the type of book that would make a terrific movie.
(reviewed long after purchase)

Review by: Sharon Mc Govern on Aug. 22, 2010 :
I can't believe more people haven't read this author! He is top notch. His facts are well researched and believable. rsmquilts
(reviewed within a month of purchase)

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