Hannibal by Joseph Peebles
The Ultimate Warrior. Bad to the Bone

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In 234 B.C., after the first Punic War, Carthage, Africa had chosen to send the general, Hamilcar Barca, to Spain to defend against continued Roman aggression. After several major scrimmages with the Roman army, Hamilcar's oldest son, Hannibal, arms himself with 50 elephants and 50,000 agile warriors. During the dead of winter, Hannibal marches over the icy-covered Pyrenees mountains toward the northern gates of Rome. Hell's coming to town, and he's coming with a vengeance in Hannibal: The Ultimate Warrior. He was truly bad to the bone.

About Joseph Peebles

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Dr. Derrik Richard has a strong passion for writing and assisting young adults. He is a native to the St.Louis, Missouri area. When he's not writing or playing paintball he is working with young adults in his church.Dr. Richard holds a doctorate degree in dentistry from the Univeristy of Colorado.
Published February 1, 2012 by The Peebco Publishing House. 202 pages
Genres: Biographies & Memoirs, History, Travel, War, Literature & Fiction, Sports & Outdoors. Non-fiction

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