Taken from their planet and their century, they are…the Lost Soldiers.
Some of the hijacked Twentieth Century troops known as the Lost Soldiers have made planetfall on R’Bak and are working to establish their base there, racing against time to find key weapons and equipment caches before the local satraps can activate them. But time is not on the side of the small isolated unit known as Murphy’s Lawless: the local indigenous forces are building an inter-system transmitter that will let them call the nearby planet of Kulsis for high-tech reinforcements. The Lost Soldiers have to scrape together enough equipment and allies to stop the J’Stull satraps from contracting their off-world overlords.
Lieutenant Kevin Bowden was headed home from Somalia after a bombing flight that went wrong—destroying a church full of innocent women and children—when he was hijacked by the mysterious Ktor. A broken man, Bowden never wanted to fly again, much less run another bombing mission, but Major Rodger Murphy needs someone to oversee the transition of the SpinDogs interface craft into combat aircraft, and Bowden is the only one with the requisite skills and background to do it.
Can Bowden reach back to the time before that day and reengineer three interface spacecraft to be serviceable in-atmo bombers—and train their crews—in just a few weeks? He’s going to have to, because the transmitter is nearing completion, and if the J’Stull are able to get a call off to Kulsis, all of Murphy’s Lawless may go off the air…permanently.
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