Download A Time to Slaughter (The Brothers O'Brien, Book 4) by William W. Johnstone PDF

By William W. Johnstone

ISBN-10: 0786031093

ISBN-13: 9780786031092

An epic saga of the O'Briens, father Shamus and his sons Shawn, Patrick, Jacob, and Samuel, homesteaders combating to outlive the untamed Western wilderness... A USA Today bestselling writer whose novels ring with authenticity and power... an exciting experience around the border of Mexico—up opposed to an enemy extra strong and lethal than any the O'Briens may well ever envision...

New Mexico Territory is not any stranger to undesirable males. yet south of the border, at the wild Mexican sea coast, is one other type of depraved: a murderous Arab with a boat choked with stolen women—to be offered as intercourse slaves within the 4 corners of the area. between them is a lacking neighborhood university instructor Shawn O'Brien has been looking out for—a lady with a prior she's stored conscientiously hidden. Now Shawn, in addition to a half-mad endure hunter and a pro hangman struggle their method to the coast for a blood-soaked conflict among the slavers and the U.S. army. whilst the motion runs aground, O'Brien will get his likelihood: to stand down an Arab sheik who earnings from human misery... and makes a activity of slaughter...

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You might catch a glimpse of deer, particularly if you stay at Highland Beach. Although deer are generally upland creatures, even antlered deer can penetrate the thick tangle of mangrove forests. But the most frequent mammals you will encounter on your paddles are Atlantic bottlenose dolphins. Although they are saltwater mammals, dolphins travel upriver in search of prey and can be observed splashing in bays or herding fish onto riverbanks. They are curious and sometimes tilt their bodies to watch you with an inquisitive eye.

The latitude and longitude grid system is likely quite familiar to you, but here is a refresher, pertinent to visualizing the GPS coordinates. Imaginary lines of latitude—called parallels and approximately 69 miles apart from each other—run horizontally around the globe. Each parallel is indicated by degrees from the equator (established to be 0°): up to 90°N at the North Pole, and down to 90°S at the South Pole. Imaginary lines of longitude—called meridians—run perpendicular to latitude lines.

For group paddles, plan your choice of campsites carefully. Only one tent will fit on a single chickee platform (double chickees accommodate two), and ground sites as well as some beach sites are small. For the maximum number of people and parties allowed at each location, see Part Five, The Campsites. And remember, unless you encounter dangerous conditions or emergency situations, do not stay at sites you have not reserved. ► When camping in proximity to others, be respectful of their needs for a quiet and peaceful wilderness experience.

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