New Rules for Battles

New Rules for Battles

Starting a business is hard, especially when making your living requires staying alive long enough to get paid.

Our troublesome trio, Chill, Ivan, and Kortez haven’t exactly hit the big time yet, but they’ve got dreams. Big ones.

But big dreams, big plans, and big guns mean that they’re looking at some big problems. When you’re establishing a mercenary company, let’s just say the complications start to pile up like shell casings.

Making their daily bread with the barrel of a gun is hard enough, but what happens when somebody starts a trade war and innocent people get caught in the mix?

It’s time for three well armed amigos to misbehave in pyrotechnic fashion.

Lock and load, as the DEMC dives fists-first into more trouble and mayhem than you can shake a rail rifle at!

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About the Author
Michael Anderle

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Michael Anderle (ok, weird talking about myself in the 3rd person) (1967-Hopefully a long time from NOW) was born in Houston, Tx. A very curious child, he got into trouble - a lot. What to do with an inquisitive mind when he was grounded? Read!

Ok, done with all of that 3rd person stuff.

In the first 20 years, I mostly read Science Fiction and Fantasy. In the last 10 years I have enjoyed Urban Fantasy and Military Fiction. With this background, I've been blessed with creating The Kurtherian Gambit series, a well-selling, and fan loved, collection of stories.

The fans have propelled these stories beyond my wildest imagination and they should get all of the credit for sharing with friends, family and occasionally the random person on the street. They are fantastic!

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