The Fall of America: Winter Ops

The Fall of America: Winter Ops

W. R. Benton

Historical Fiction / Nonfiction / Science Fiction

The Fall of America: Book 4 marks a turning point for the American rebels in their fight against the invading Russians. Ambushing a Russian convoy, the rebels discover cases of the 9K32 Strela-2M missiles, or as the Russians call them, arrows. These Arrows, man-portable shoulder-fired low-altitude surface-to-air missiles change how the partisans operate—they go on the offensive against the Russian's key advantage: their Air power. Soon the partisans are stalking Forward Air Bases and shooting down random helicopters at will and Moscow is not pleased. However, it is the discovery of two U.S. nuclear weapons, called 'suitcase nukes' by the Russians, that is about to change this war in ways that have never been considered. Will the rebels go nuclear on their own soil to vanquish their foe? Which side will dare use the nuclear weapons first? Book Four fans the flames of the fierce battle for control of the U.S.A.
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The Fall of America: Fatal Encounters (Book 2)

The Fall of America: Fatal Encounters (Book 2)

W. R. Benton

Historical Fiction / Nonfiction / Science Fiction

After their partisan leader, Colonel Parker, is killed in a prisoner exchange, John and his group return to the base camp, thinking his wife and best friend have been killed. Shortly after the return, both are brought in with minor injuries, and a staff meeting is held by Willy Williams, the ranking officer. Willy breaks the organization into hundreds of small cells, consisting of 6 to 10 people, with one goal—killing and harassing Russians. The Russians threaten to kill 10 American's for each Russian killed and they are true to their word. Mass executions become the norm and prison camps soon spring up in remote small towns.
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Alive and Alone

Alive and Alone

W. R. Benton

Historical Fiction / Nonfiction / Science Fiction

From the Author of 'Simple Survival'On a trip to the Lake Clark area of the Alaskan bush, a sudden arctic weather system forces down the small plane of Dr. Jim Wade, and his son David. Both have survived the crash, but not unscathed. Food, fire and shelter are all a priority. Following the death of his father, it is up to David to figure out what to do next, and how to survive, on a remote Alaskan mountain - in winter!This is a story of survival, resilience and of the spirit to live. It is both authentic and accurate, having been written by a former Air Force life support survival instructor. For ages 10 and up.
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The Fall of America:: Premonition of Death (Fall of America 1)

The Fall of America:: Premonition of Death (Fall of America 1)

W. R. Benton

Historical Fiction / Nonfiction / Science Fiction

It started with the "Biggest" stock market crash in history. Banks shut down under the weight of their bogus investments, and the financial sector failed. People looked to the government to make it all better. They couldn't! Hyper-inflation, mass unemployment and infrastructure started to breakdown. The food trucks didn't show up at the stores and the shelves went empty.Things turned ugly fast when there was no power for long parts of the day... then forever. Things started falling apart quicker after that. Whole regions declared a "State of Emergency" in an effort to maintain order and civility, but it wasn't always enough. Starvation, looting and murder became the norm. Then, American civilization collapsed completely.The Fall of America: Book 2 continues John's story of survival and resistance after society breaks down. Russian invaders continue to try and pacify the areas of the South under their control. American resistance groups divide their forces into small cells to better operate effectively behind enemy lines. But as their efforts begin to gain ground the Russians respond with harsh reprisals; mass executions become the norm and prison camps soon spring up in remote small towns. "Fear brings compliance," is their motto.The battle for Mississippi gets hot, and a violent world gets even more ugly. Can the U.S. partisans survive the overwhelming Russian Army and its thermal detection technology/helicopter gunships and scorched earth tactics?
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