|Publish Date:||Mar 2013|
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|Product in Inches (L x W x H):||5.5 x 6.0 x 0.75|
James Wesley Rawles was born in Livermore, California in 1960. He received a BA degree from San Jose State University. He served in the U. S. Army as an intelligence officer from 1984 to 1993. He worked as an associate editor and regional editor with Defense Electronics magazine and was the managing editor of The International Countermeasures Handbook. He also worked as a technical writer through most of the 1990s with a variety of electronics and software companies.
In 2005, he began full-time bogging and is the editor of SurvivalBlog. com. He has written several books including How to Survive the End of the World as We Know It, Patriots: A Novel of Survival in the Coming Collapse, and Survivors: A Novel of the Coming Collapse.
America faces a full-scale socioeconomic collapse in the near future. The stock market plummets, hyperinflation cripples commerce and the mounting crisis passes the tipping point. Practically overnight, the fragile chains of supply and high-technology infrastructure fall, and wholesale rioting and looting grip every major city. As hordes of refugees and looters pour out of the cities, a small group of friends living in the Midwest desperately try to make their way to a safe-haven ranch in northern Idaho.
The journey requires all their skill and training since communication, commerce, transportation and law enforcement have all disappeared. Once at the ranch, the group fends off vicious attacks from outsiders and then looks to join other groups that are trying to restore true Constitutional law to the country. Patriots is a thrilling narrative depicting fictional characters using authentic survivalist techniques to endure the collapse of American civilization. Listening to this compelling, fast-paced novel could one day mean the difference between life and death.
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