“One of the very best books to come out of the war in Iraq,” (Lt. Col. Dave Grossman, bestselling author of On Killing), The Last Punisher is a gripping and intimate on-the-ground memoir from a Navy SEAL who was part of SEAL Team THREE with American Sniper Chris Kyle. Experience his deployment, from his first mission to his first kill to his eventual successful return to the United States to play himself in the Oscar-nominated film directed by Clint Eastwood and starring Bradley Cooper. The Last Punisher is a “thoughtful, funny, and raw…always compelling” (Bing West, New York Times bestselling author of No True Glory) first-person account of the Iraq War. With wry humor and moving testimony, Kevin Lacz tells the bold story of his tour in Iraq with SEAL Team THREE, the warrior elite of the Navy. This legendary unit, known as “The Punishers,” included Chris Kyle (American Sniper), Mike Monsoor, Ryan Job, and Marc Lee. These brave men were instrumental in securing the key locations in the pivotal 2006 Battle of Ramadi. Minute by minute, Lacz relays the edge-of-your-seat details of his team’s missions in Ramadi, offering a firsthand glimpse into the heated combat, extreme conditions, and harrowing experiences they faced every day. Through it all, Lacz and his teammates formed unbreakable bonds and never lost sight of the cause: protecting America with their fight. “A rare glimpse into the mind of a Navy SEAL,” (Clint Emerson, New York Times bestselling author of 100 Deadly Skills) Kevin Lacz brings you onto the battlefield and relays the tough realities of war. At the same time, Lacz shares how these experiences made him a better man and how proud he is of his contributions to one of this country’s most difficult military campaigns. The Last Punisher is the story of a SEAL and an “honest-to-God American hero” (Mike Huckabee, #1 bestselling author) who was never afraid to answer the call.
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The story is about a prince that was captured by Draconian enslavers that enslaved all of Jojo Sithammas people. He was forced to grow up in an arena of death as his caretakers fought for survival. The young prince escaped and was captured by rogues and forced to grow up under a vampire kingdom of Gorum. He learned to be a rogue trained by the Eyes of Gold. It is one of the best stories ever created. The story will captivate you, and a romance story about his childhood friend, the rogue Hannah Hagglecoin, will move your heart. A new threat is coming from some alternate dimension from some far-off galaxy. Stand with Jojo Sithamma as he battles the threat from another galaxy.
Twenty thousand years ago, a savage reptilian race, known as Saurians, raised an army and attempted to defeat other races. Humans, giants, dragons, and elves all were attacked by the magic using carnivores. Many blood campaigns were fought before the Saurians were finally defeated and driven back underground. This tale of magic and fantasy will keep you spellbound as the adventure as the adventure unfolds.
MAKE THE PUNISHMENT FIT THE CRIME. FBI agent Frank Castle’s final case ends with a literal bang, when a wannabe weapons smuggler is gunned down during a sting operation. But the dead man isn’t just any punk. He’s the son of Howard Saint, the powerful Florida tycoon whose hot-spot nightclub has made him famous, and whose multimillion-dollar money-laundering business has made him as rich—and as ruthless—as any of his gangster clients. Saint wants payback—with interest—for his boy’s death. And he gets it, by orchestrating a massacre that claims the lives of Frank Castle’s beloved wife and son—and almost kills Castle. But almost doesn’t count. Now Frank Castle—ex–FBI agent, ex–Special Forces commando, ex-husband and father—is canceling his retirement and starting a new career. One that begins with teaching Howard Saint the ultimate lesson: No evil deed goes unpunished. From the Paperback edition.
Louella Lawrence knows her daughter was murdered. She received the call that the young woman overdosed from heroin while attending Oxford University. Further investigation does indeed prove foul play. A wealthy Panamanian student is the prime suspect. Unfortunately, he has an iron clad alibi and enough money to buy innocence. Mrs. Lawrence has money, too, and she will not rest until her daughter’s murderer is found and punished. She will break the bounds of diplomacy to get her revenge. A call is placed to the remote Canadian Rockies, where an ex-soldier makes his home. In the past, the soldier performed “special tasks.” His expertise is now required in Panama. With his small team, the soldier heads overseas where justice is due. At the prodding of the mother, he will hunt down her daughter’s killer—and anyone who gets in his way. He is a secret soldier of fortune. He might even be your neighbor. In his line of work, punishment prevails, and no ill deed goes unpaid.
"Evolution built us to punish cheaters. Without that punishment instinct, we would never have been able to live in small groups, and would never have realized all the significant benefits that small-group living conferred, including mutual defense, cooperative hunting, property, divisions of labor and economies of scale. In fact, to a large extent our notions of right and wrong, of empathy and compassion, of fairness and justice, all come from the tensions of group living, and thus indirectly owe their very existence to punishment. It may sound strange that one key to civilization is our willingness to punish each other, but every parent knows it's true. Every parent also feels the irresistible pull not to punish too much, and in fact maybe not to punish at all - to forgive - and this, too, is a remnant of evolution. Our punishment instinct is not so much a sword ready to fall as it is a finely tuned balance, sometimes susceptible to the gentlest of breezes"--
In this profoundly moving classic by the author of Les Misérables, a condemned man facing the guillotine looks back on his life and writes of his anguish inside prison walls.