Books tagged: collateral damage

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A Taste of Armageddon
Price: $5.95 USD. Words: 47,040. Language: English. Published: August 24, 2011 by WolfSinger Publications. Category: Fiction » Science fiction » General
Advances in modern war techniques have led to "cleaner" and "cleaner" weapons. Countries have created missiles that can pinpoint a room within a building greatly reducing the risks to non-combatants in a war zone. However, it has been argued that wars have to be messy so people have an actual reason to avoid them.
War Correspondent
Price: $3.50 USD. Words: 5,140. Language: English. Published: September 27, 2011. Category: Fiction » Literature » Literary
Afghanistan...1949? 1989? 2009? Here a journalist covering the war ravaged country finds that it really doesn't matter.
A Bridge to Treachery "From Extortion to Terror"
Price: $5.99 USD. Words: 94,780. Language: English. Published: February 28, 2012 by Brighton Publishing LLC. Category: Fiction » Thriller & suspense » Action & suspense
A former Army Ranger is coerced into leading a team of misfits on a mission of domestic terrorism as a political maneuver. The mission is a disaster and turns into a bloodbath. After being betrayed and left to be killed as scapegoats, the ranger turns the tables to extract venenge on his superiors who considered him nothing more than collateral damage.
Rusted Remains
Price: $5.99 USD. Words: 44,720. Language: English. Published: November 30, 2013. Category: Fiction » Science fiction » Adventure
Corrode, a relic cyborg with a human past, wanders through an abandoned colony ship, searching for purpose to his existence.
Baby Killers
Price: Free! Words: 1,750. Language: English. Published: October 17, 2014 by Antenna Books. Category: Nonfiction » History » Military
War Story author Jim Morris ponders the hated nickname "Baby Killers" given to Vietnam War soldiers, and then explains the extraordinary lengths U.S. soldiers go to in order to avoid civilian casualties, often at the soldiers' own expense.