Project GITMO by Daniel J Rich PhD
Resurrection (Volume 1)

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His dialogue is immediately believable...and his pitch-perfect blending of sci-fi and military action will appeal equally to fans of Tom Clancy and True Blood. An ingenious, thoroughly absorbing twist on the military-fiction genre.
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Eight wounded American servicemen discover their miraculous recoveries occurred because they were genetically modified with a serum stolen from the Iraqis. The modification gave them enhanced physical abilities that could finally defeat the insurgencies in Iraq and Afghanistan. Their mission changes from offense to defense when the president is briefed into the project and orders it terminated. Now the team must outwit the fanatically devoted men sent to capture them without revealing the most horrifying effect of their modification. Will the team members, who the rest of the world thinks were killed in action, be able to overcome the forces arrayed against them? Do they deserve to succeed after the decisions they were forced to make in combat? Project GITMO: Resurrection uses events from the Gulf Wars, the Roman conquest of Britain, the Battle of Hastings, and the ravages of the Black Death to weave a web of intrigue, honor, and loss.
 

About Daniel J Rich PhD

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Daniel J. Rich is a former air force civil engineering officer and facilities manager and has owned a forensic civil engineering firm based in Houston, Texas since 2002. He earned is BS in civil engineering from Rose-Hulman Institute of Technology, his MCE from the University of Houston, and his PhD from Texas A&M University. Daniel has served as an adjunct assistant professor in the civil engineering department at Prairie View A&M University and teaches review courses for the profession engineering licesing exam throughout the country.Daniel's personal and professional life has taken him to over fifteen contries on four contients. He likes incorporating the things he has seen and done into his writing: a public execution in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia and rappelling in Korea. Daniel classifies his work as a mix of historical fiction and techno-thriller. He writes his stories with the hope of getting the reader to ask, "Could this have really happened?"Daniel can be reached by sending a short email to projectgitmores@gmail.com. Putting the phrase "Book Comment" in the subject line will help filter out span. The author may not be able to respond to all comments, but does appreciate constructive criticism.
 
Published January 20, 2013 by Daniel J. Rich, PhD. 345 pages
Genres: Mystery, Thriller & Suspense, Literature & Fiction. Fiction
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His dialogue is immediately believable...and his pitch-perfect blending of sci-fi and military action will appeal equally to fans of Tom Clancy and True Blood. An ingenious, thoroughly absorbing twist on the military-fiction genre.

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