Prisoner of War is based on a true story of a fifteen-year-old boy who left a horrible home situation to join the Marines. The day he was discovered to be underage and sent home, the Japanese attacked the Philippine’s. When the U.S. Forces surrendered, young Henry Forest is forced to survive in a Japanese Prison Camp.
In the camps he finds the best and worst of humanity. He survives brutal torture, disease and the loss of friends. Before the end of the war he is shipped off to Japan and placed in forced labor at a steel mill. Will Henry survive the hardship of life as a prisoner? Or will he make the ultimate sacrifice.
The only place they could hide from the Nazis was right beneath their feet!
Nazi gun fire can only mean one thing…The Germans are closing in. And twelve-year-old Anton knows his family can’t outrun them. A web of underground caves seems like the perfect place to hide. But danger lurks above the surface. Ruthless Major Karl Von Duesen of the Gestapo has made it his mission to round up every Jew in the Ukrainian countryside. Anton knows if his community is discovered, they will be sent off to work camps…or worse. When a surprise invasion catches them off guard, Anton makes a radical decision. He won’t run any longer. And he won’t hide. He will stop being the hunted…and start doing some hunting of his own.
Michael P. Spradlin’s newest thriller is the ultimate game of cat and mouse set during one of the darkest moments in history.
The action-packed series by Michael P. Spradlin returns. Each book covers a genetically engineered superpredator wreacking havoc on the environment.
It’s all come to this.
Dr. Catalyst has had enough of Emmet Doyle’s meddling. Time after time, Emmet and his friend Calvin Geaux have stepped in to ruin his plans, just when he’d released one of his genetically engineered killer species into the Florida environment.
This time, Dr. Catalyst is releasing his most deadly creation yet. It’s a terrifying lone hunter, bred to stalk and destroy one specific target — Emmet Doyle.
Dr. Catalyst has finally come unhinged. Twice the crazed scientist has released his super predators into the wild to combat invasive species, and twice Emmet Doyle and his best friend Calvin Geaux have exploded his efforts.
Now he’s out for something more than just snakes and fish. Dr. Catalyst wants revenge.
It’s a quiet night when Emmet takes his dog, Apollo, out for a walk in the backyard. Until the noise begins. Part batlike screech, part insect buzz — it seems to be coming from the roof. Suddenly the sky is full of dark, beating shapes, and they’re all headed straight for Emmet.
Dr. Catalyst’s newest creations are hungry, and only one thing will satisfy them. Blood.
Time has passed since anyone’s heard from Dr. Catalyst. Emmet and Calvin have even begun to think that the crazed scientist might be gone for good.
But then, on a trip to snorkel off the Florida coast, one of their friends is nearly drowned by an underwater monster, with endless rows of razor-sharp teeth. No one is quite sure what they saw. Was it a moray eel? A giant barracuda?
There’s only one thing Emmet knows for certain. Dr. Catalyst is back. And this time, he’s out for revenge.
In 1945, in the waning days of World War II, two boys stow away aboard the U.S.S. Indianapolis as it sails from Guam to the Philippines. Separated from their parents at the start of the war, the boys hope to reunite with their family. But their hopes are dashed when a Japanese submarine sinks the ship in the middle of ocean.
Patrick and Teddy, with the help of their friend—an injured Marine named Benny—are not too worried at first. They expect to be rescued soon. They can handle the thirst and the dehydration. Even the occasional madness that seems to possess some of the ship’s surviving crew.
But as they float along in the water, they discover that the real danger lies beneath. And it has teeth. Based on true events, Michael brings readers another harrowing tale of survival and suspense.
Emmet Doyle is not in the best mood when he arrives in Florida City. His father is a wildlife biologist, and has been summoned to the Everglades, dragging Emmet along with him. Though still in mourning from losing his mom a year ago, Emmet is trying hard to keep a good attitude. Upon their arrival, however, things quickly get weird. Dr. Rosalita Geaux, the Park Superintendent, wastes no time in revealing the reason she called Emmet’s father to Florida. A strange creature was recently found dead in the park, and upon seeing it, it becomes clear to everyone that this is not a native species. This creature is man-made. Deep in the swamp, someone has been experimenting to create a new breed of apex predator. And they’re about to set them loose.