December's Soldiers
December's Soldiers

December's Soldiers

FICTION

216 Pages, 6.3 x 9.3

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Publication Date: May 2018

ISBN 9781948035064

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Overview

From the gold inlaid floors of a high-class casino in Macau to the windswept winter hills of Kurdistan, from the snow-covered top of Pike's Peak to the halls of government in Washington D.C., evil men with evil plans create an ominous plot to topple the newly created Republic of Texas and incite civil war between Texans and Americans. Only a handful of freedom-loving patriots stands between the looming destruction of liberty and self-rule in Texas as a sinister cabal of rogue U.S. political leaders and members of the Chinese underworld threatens to corner and control the global oil market. In the end, it comes down to a very pregnant Hill Country rancher's wife, an ex-hooker from Washington, and three tough, grizzled veterans standing in the gap to prevent the potential conflict and protect Texas and its larger neighbor to the north from a total collapse of the world's economy. 

Author Biography

Marvin Tyson is a lifelong Texan of many generations (his first confirmed ancestors arrived in Texas about 1820-24). He was born in Brown County in 1949. His family was poor while he was growing up. He got his first real job when he was eleven years old working at a Corpus Christi marina for a dollar a day! That was seven days a week when school was out, and it seemed like a ton of money to him. He also got tips from customers that could more than double his salary at times. That enabled him to buy school clothes for the next year and take in a weekly movie (twenty-five cents with a coke and popcorn or candy!). Marvin  served a tour in Vietnam as an infantry platoon leader with the 82nd Airborne and 101st Airborne Divisions. When he came home, he worked anywhere he could find a job until he taught himself how to weld and went into the construction industry as a pipe welder. He went to work at the Amoco Refinery in Texas City where he worked thirty-four years as a welder, supervisor, and apprentice coordinator before retiring in 2009. He was asked to come out of retirement last year to develop a pipefitter and welder program for Alvin Community College where he remained until October 2015. God Bless Texas!