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Revenge

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  Revenge
Revenge means to inflict harm or injury in return for a wrong, imagined or real. We have all at one time or another felt this emotion and experienced the desire to resolve the hurt we have suffered no matter how great or minor the hurt. This novel depicts a wrong, of unimaginable proportions, inflicted against an officer of the law's wife and his subsequent search for revenge. How, in this case, such a satisfactory resolution is extracted from the reality of life is the essence of the novel.

• Perfect Bound Paperback (5x8): 450 pages
• Publisher: AuthorHouse (February 6, 2013)
• ISBN: 9781481710565
 
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Barbed Wire

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  Sedition the Mother of Treason
Sedition: The Mother of Treason deals with what any Republic must face – the enemy within. It begins in the White House when the president gets briefed by Aaron Kinder, who reveals that America will be facing a dangerous situation in the form of an Arab, Middle East jihad campaigning against them. Although the war in Iraq was won, three religious factions – the Sunni, Shiite and Kurds – plan to divide the country with civil unrest to gain singular power. Kinder states that it is time for America to leave Iraq and handover the authority to the Iraqis. With the situation at hand, the president and his team scramble to fulfill their objectives. Yet someone in America does not agree with them.

• Paperback: 237 pages
• Publisher: Xlibris Corp. (October 2009)
• ISBN 13 (TP): 978-1-4415-7981-2
• ISBN 13 (HB): 978-1-4415-7982-9
 
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Return to Glory

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  The Fifth Commandment
Stuart I. Haussler, a seventy-five-year-old, brings to his novels, usually Western and Military, knowledge acquired as a Rancher, Doctor, Teacher, and Naval/Marine Officer. This novel, The Fifth Commandment, is an intentional fabrication of the mind, based on imagination, experience, and a profound concern about those who would have us turn away from the preeminence of the Ten Commandments. The simplicity of the Commandments is their greatest testimony to how the Judeo-Christian God envisions how we should ethically conduct ourselves and fulfill our lives. Can our society turn away from this testimony and prevail as a republic?

The Fifth Commandment instructs, “Honor thy father and mother, as the Lord thy God hath commanded thee; that thy days may be prolonged, and that it may go well with thee, in the land which the Lord thy God giveth thee.”

Are there no stipulations, qualifications, and’s, if’s, or but’s related to Judeo-Christian people following this Commandment? Is it to be, as with the other Commandments, followed to the letter? Certainly, in this day and age of enlightenment, there must be a means to qualify and stipulate whether this honor is warranted, but if there is not, then what price might a child pay for balancing this Commandment to his or her needs?

The Fifth Commandment tells a story of the consequences of failing to accept this Commandment as handed down by God and the impact of those consequences on society.

Once again the author creates the threads of intrigue, murder, and deceit into the whole cloth of today’s truths, realities, and conflicts conjured up by forces that would undermine the true understanding of life as set forth in the Ten Commandments by God

• Paperback: 350 pages ; Dimensions (in inches): 9.0 x 6.0 x 0.8
• Publisher: iUniverse (November 30, 2004)
• ISBN: 0595330711
 
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The Cattleman, Angus Cain

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  The Cattleman, Angus Cain
This is a story about Angus Cain, a young Scottish Lad who leaves the sea to fight in the Civil War and then inevitably travels west to fulfill his dream of being a Cattleman in the exciting and developing West. After establishing his ranch he works hard to bring it to fruition, but knows he must find a wife so he can have the children needed to carry forward what he has worked for and developed into the future. He meets a young Scottish Lass named Mary Anne McCardle, sent to the New Land by her father, a Scottish farmer with a love for the Hereford, to develop her skills as a cattleman. Angus and Mary Anne marry and out of necessity to hasten law and order, together serve this need by becoming United States Marshals. Conspiracies by those who would attempt to gain illegally abound. These are very trying times but good men and women prevail by working together to establish and preserve those values inherent in the pioneers of the west that led to the building of a nation. Love, intrigue, deception, bravery and dedication are woven into the structure of the story to help the reader escape into the past so as to experience the glory of what is just and the dedication necessary, given by so many, to know such victories in life.

 

• Paperback: 336 pages
• Publisher: Xlibris Corporation; (July 2004)
• ISBN: 1 4134 4625 – 6
 
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Territorial Justice

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  Teritorial Justice
Territorial Justice is the story of, the life and times of Elias I. Haussler, a cowboy drifter, and White Feather a white girl whose parents are killed when she is a baby. She is rescued and brought up by a Chief of the Apache Nation as a warrior. When grown she ‘marks’ her man, Elias I. Haussler, the cowboy drifter, as directed by the Spirit of the Wind. They marry and together help build a ranch and a town in the Dakota Territory.

White Feather is diabolically murdered. The Apache Nation relentlessly demands and inevitably extracts an equal punishment for the horror that lead to White Feather’s death, from those who murdered her.

White Feather’s Indian ways, strength, love, devotion and death instill in Elias the courage and conviction he will need to become a Territorial Marshal.

After White Feather’s death, Elias becomes a United States Marshal for the eastern half of the Dakota Territory. This is a vast area without the rule of law and order. It is for Elias and his Deputies to introduce and bring justice to the people in the growing Territory.

• Paperback: 348 pages ; Dimensions (in inches): 0.89 x 8.38 x 5.12
• Publisher: Xlibris Corporation; ; (April 2002)
• ISBN: 140103635X
 
• Hardcover: 320 pages ; Dimensions (in inches): 0.71 x 1.36 x 5.50
• Publisher: Xlibris Corporation; ; 1 edition (February 12, 2000)
• ISBN: 0738813761
 
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Apache Patch

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  Apache Patch
Apache' Patch is a story of the conflicts, and subsequent dispensing of Justice in the life of United States Marshal KT Pritchard. He serves as a Marshal At Large while engaged in a cattle drive from Missouri to Nebraska. A preordained, to fail, attempt to make restitution to British Hereford breeders, of sixty thousand Herefords, for cattle systematically rustled on the open range after being imported at the request of the President of the United States. --This text refers to the Paperback edition.

• Hardcover: 352 pages ; Dimensions (in inches): 0.91 x 0.91 x 5.50
• Publisher: Xlibris Corporation; ; (August 2001)
• ISBN: 0738868663
 
• Paperback: 351 pages ; Dimensions (in inches): 0.88 x 8.66 x 5.82
• Publisher: Xlibris Corporation; ; (August 2001)
• ISBN: 0738868671
 
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Brothers of the Blood

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  Brothers of the Blood
United States Marshals At Large, and Texas Rangers unite with the Judiciary, to further bind Texas and the Union together by establishing a joint State and Federal Court to adjudicate a Mexican Land Grant claim.

Dedication and deception are the motivating forces for the eventual destruction of residual Comanchero forces dedicated to the murder in, and the destruction of, Texas towns. These are the residual forces of revenge and fear from the Mexican War playing on the pride of the Lone Star State, so as to undermine the recent recurring union of Texas with the other States of America.

Brothers of the Blood speaks of that which has been and will be shed by many in the name of Justice through Law and Order.

• Paperback: 348 pages ; Dimensions (in inches): 0.89 x 8.38 x 5.12
• Publisher: Xlibris Corporation; ; (April 2002)
• ISBN: 140103635X
 
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Skin Tight

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  Skin Tight
This is a story about Sam Hull, a United States Marshal, and the inner desires he set aside to bring Law and Order to wherever he was needed. Now, approaching the later years of his life, he wants to seek out those dreams of yesteryears that have eluded him as a Marshal.

The dreams of starting a cattle ranch, marrying, and having children. Having been a part of the judiciary system for so long, he begins to periodically question if he has had enough of death, deceit, and the quagmire of sadness that goes along with being a United States Marshal. All the things he desires become his, but not without struggles that inevitably cause him to once again want to resign.

However, with the right woman at his side and a renewed vigor, he finds what sustained all those who built the west. Courage, the courage to go on and initiate new dreams, ambitions, and to continue on as a Marshal at large, by putting aside any doubts about his ability to serve with Honor.

• Paperback: 276 pages ; Dimensions (in inches): 0.62 x 9.00 x 6.00
• Publisher: iUniverse.com; (May 2003)
• ISBN: 0595278159
 
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Operation Navy Cross

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 Operation Navy Cross
A story woven by the intertwined threads of religion, patriotism, romance, deceit, intrigue, and murder, producing a whole cloth of one man's life.

Operation Navy Cross is a story woven by the intertwined threads of religion, patriotism, romance, deceit, intrigue, and murder that produce a whole cloth of the reality of one man's life. Admiral Stuart Parker Francis, as told to his granddaughter, depicts how his life was altered by being a member of an ongoing covert force of United States Naval Intelligence. A necessary force created by the Republic, to defend itself against the enemy that lurks within. The lust for power, coupled with the mandatory arrogance devised by men of all persuasions, explains for the reader, juxtapositions that influenced the Admiral's life and that can influence our own. Thereby, giving others cause to judge us ~ justly or unjustly.

• Paperback: 356 pages ; Dimensions (in inches): 0.90 x 9.08 x 6.04
• Publisher: Writers Club Press; ; (February 2002)
• ISBN: 0595216463
 
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Death Will Wait

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  Death Will Wait
This is a novel to nourish the lust for conspiratorial explanations for most unexplainable notable occurrences inGovernment. The story is structured for the reader from imagination and of course personal experience.

The struggle is between a feigned historical foundation for a conspiracy alluded to as the Illuminare`. The Illuminare`are families of disposed Kings who have sought to control the world based on what they feel is their divine right to do so. They are apolitical tightly knit families, no more than six to each continent, who patiently and doggedly build their power base. The counter force, within the structure of the Republic is a generational defense structure, arising when the United States Navy brought the United States to International prominence as a Naval power. Naval Intelligence Covert Operations, NICOPS, are to act as a counterbalance to any threat to the Republic from the enemy within and the enemy without. Diabolical, sophisticated artful deception is the ongoing engine of shrewd quid-pro-quo between the two entities.
The story at first deals with the life of a young Neurosurgeon. Thomas Rutherford See, Jr., who having previously served as a designated NICOP, suddenly, many years after the fact, finds himself the object of the shrewd quid pro quo. The antagonist in the story, the Illuminare`, having secured secret military identification files, now seek revenge by destroying Doctor See and others.

Unique cell identifiable, vacuole implant, ordnance and mind control through fission, fusion circuitry brain implants are counter measures depicted. How power and control are denied by the ongoing continuum of military and civilian patriots is the central plot, for death will wait. The threads of patriotism, romance, intrigue, murder and deceit are used and bring into focus the extent of the power of the Illuminare` in government. Discovery and exposure of these forces for good is inevitable, and the extent of Illuminare` presence and power in the Presidency and Congress itself poses the conflict between those who would control by power and fear and those that would govern by the democratic process. Freedom is not to stand alone, naked and defenseless. Rather, those who will rise to defend her at any price are revealed but her defense is not without a price.

Eventually necessity gives birth to a new covert force necessitated by previous discovery and exposure by the enemy within the Executive and Legislative branches of government. An extensive national political collaboration evolves to elect a patriot to the Presidency and patriot Warriors to Congress, thereby aborting the clear and present danger to the Republic by cleansing these branches of government of their traitors without civil unrest.

The threads of patriotism, romance, intrigue, murder and deceit are at first tangled, then intertwined, so as to prepare the reader’s imagination for the shocking and emotionally wretched ending. Yet, the vulnerability and sacrifices of military forces, clearly defines them as patriot warriors destined for Valhalla.

• Hardcover: 496 pages ; Dimensions (in inches): 8.50 x 1.22 x 5.50
• Publisher: Xlibris Corporation; ; (July 2001)
• ISBN: 1401010148
 
• Paperback: 495 pages ; Dimensions (in inches): 1.19 x 9.12 x 5.74
• Publisher: Xlibris Corporation; ; (August 2001)
• ISBN: 140101013X
 
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Return to Glory

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 Return of Glory
Return To Glory is the third novel of a trilogy about a covert force of United States Naval Intelligence and its ongoing, at swords’ point, engagement with a International covert alignment of certain families, and their followers, struggling for power since the disposition of Kings, called the Illuminare`. This enemy within the Republic is now paralleled by the intention of Islam, the religious faith of Muslims, to assert itself into the lives of Americans as reflected by terrorism. The conflicts that religion can create, based on histories scars, create a necessity for intervention to prevent an overt Jihad of the sword. Once again the threads of patriotism, romance, intrigue, murder, and deceit are woven together to produce for the reader the whole cloth of today’s’ realities and conflicts conjured up by two forces that would attempt to destroy the Republic of The United States of America, for their own gain. The foolishness of men of these persuasions and their arrogance is depicted. The necessity to take up arms against such men is vividly and accurately portrayed for the readers enlightenment, imagination, and entertainment.

• Paperback: 372 pages ; Dimensions (in inches): 0.82 x 9.00 x 6.00
• Publisher: Writers Club Press; (December 2002)
• ISBN: 0595262856
 
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The Dismal River Massacre

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 The Dismal River Massacre

The Dismal River Massacre is a continuation of the novel, Barbed Wire. The Ritt Perry Family; father, mother and three sons are killed and the pursuit of the killer down into Texas brings new adventures for the three remaining Marshals in the middle eighteen hundreds. Marshal Ritt Perry decides their number should always be five, and so their number was and they stood tall. The times were changing as related to the establishment of law and order, for Federal and State enforcement were giving way to the need for larger local police forces. The lust for land brought about the cattle baron because the cattle industry was exploding. The need for quality cattle and ample supply were the driving forces. The once open ranges were being closed because of barbed wire and this brought with it monumental confrontations over control of the land and many dead. The Dismal River Massacre was the result of all these evolving pressures between man and his environment.

Paperback: 284 pages
• Publisher: Xlibris Corporation  
• ISBN: 1-4257-3255-0 (Trade Paperback)
• ISBN: 1-4257-3256-9 (Hardback)
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Barbed Wire

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 Barbed Wire
Barbed Wire tells the story of a young man in the mid eighteen hundreds who has ongoing conflicts with his parents and leaves home, with rancor, to find his way in life. A brief encounter in the Army of the North against the South causes him to encounter and be severely scarred around his neck by barbed wire. Those who care for his wounds lead him to the Chief United States Marshal William W. Webster, for direction. He resists but in the company of other Marshals, and at the direction of Marshal Webster he inevitably is caught up in the desire to bring law and order to the States and Territories of the west. United States Marshal Ritt Perry, for the reader, is an engaging man with obvious emerging virtues of moral excellence and commendable qualities and to see him shaped by events of the story is further gratifYing. Come join with me and experience how the greatness of a man comes to pass.

• Paperback: 286 pages
• Publisher: Xlibris Corporation
• ISBN: 1-59926-228-2
 
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These novels are FICTION! They are derived from the creative imagination of Stuart Haussler and do NOT depict actual occurrences.
 

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