Colorado Twilight by Mark W. Baldwin

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In the near future, a small family is surviving in an underground shelter. After a nuclear war, the world is ravaged by massive storms. The family emerges from their shelter after nearly a year and a half. Their quest to find others leads them through the mountains of southern Colorado. There they meet up with other survivors, but soon grow complacent. That complacency will lead them to The Boss, a self proclaimed religious prophet. His aspirations for the survivors will test their survival skills to their upmost, and turn their world upside down.

About Mark W. Baldwin

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Mark W. Baldwinlives in Pueblo West Colorado. This is his first novel, and has two more in progress. He is originally from Washington State, but grew up all over the west coast. He joined the Army and has been to several countries. He has worked as a prep cook, truck driver, electrician, helicopter mechanic and in aerospace. He is happily married to a Filipino woman, whom he met on the internet in 2006. He has very eclectic tastes and interests, from ancient man to high tech science, and stays in shape by going to the gym three times a week. He is very conscious about health and nutrition.
Published December 14, 2010 by iUniverse. 256 pages
Genres: Action & Adventure, Literature & Fiction, Science Fiction & Fantasy, Horror, Mystery, Thriller & Suspense, Crime. Fiction

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