Female Snipers

Female Snipers

Towards Oblivion

eBook - 2018
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This is the third book in the SNIPER saga! It is now over six years since the civil war had started in Australia. Many people had died including the young and innocent. Freya Hill and Doctor Roman Ruffe were now dead and buried. Also not so young but still innocent bystanders have died in many atrocities during this civil war. Mary Feelgood was killed along with many other in a train bombing. One of Australia's greatest ever sporting heroes was shot dead for his defiance of state terrorism. But still the government side was slowly winning the battles that mattered. After six years of military actions against rebel forces the government of President Dent now controlled all the major towns and cities of Australia. Only the vastness of the Australian bush land had saved the remaining rebel forces from total annihilation. The rebel forces could really only provide small pockets of effective resistance. Protected in certain country areas by a local population that was permanently antigovernment these pockets of rebel fighters were protected by their snipers. But they were up against the latest advanced military weaponry. President Dent had done a deal with one of the world's superpowers. By giving this superpower unfettered use of Australia's ports and bases on the mainland, Dent got the use of advanced drone aircraft and top cyber intelligence. As long as he lived the rebel alliance was going to lose this civil war. Already three commando snipers were beginning to take out top rebel commanders almost at will. The rebels had no other choice they had to kill President Dent if they wanted to survive in their own country.
Publisher: [United States] :, Tablo Publishing,, 2018
Made available through hoopla
ISBN: 9781925819021
Branch Call Number: eBook hoopla
Characteristics: 1 online resource
text file, rda
Additional Contributors: hoopla digital


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