The Death Firm

The Death Firm

by Lisa M. Lucero


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A military experiment gone wrong has the people of Arizona running for their lives. A team of scientists create an army of Death Firm (Destructive Experiment Animal-instincts Transformational Hybrid) (Fighting Intelligent Robotic Man-eaters) that will be used for combat and to protect the U.S. border. Regrettably, the scientists underestimated the power of the Death Firm, which manage to escape the military compound eating any living thing along the way.It is up to one man in Tucson to study the Death Firms behavioral patterns and what makes them tick to help the military come up with a solution for killing them. The Death Firm is a spine-tingling, science fiction action thriller that will draw in readers with its twists and blood-curdling scenes. Once the Death Firm breaks loose, frightening discoveries will be made and lives will be put in jeopardy. When the military holds a meeting to recruit civilian volunteers to fight the Death Firm, people sat in silence. One man sprang from his chair as if he sat on a tack. "What can we do to help?"Lisa M. Lucero has written for various newspapers. As a reporter, she has covered a wide range of subjects, including: government, education, crime, arts and entertainment, and community events. Her experience as a journalist has helped develop her writing skills in both journalistic and creative fields. Waves Crashing was her first novel.Lucero grew up in McPherson, Kansas. She graduated from McPherson High School and Fort Hays State University where she earned her bachelor's degree in communications. She also attended Hutchinson Community College, where she majored in Journalism. She is married to Jeremy Shapiro and has a son. She currently resides in Newton, Iowa.During her spare time, she loves to travel, read, listen to music, and spend time with her family. Lucero is currently employed at Grinnell College as a data and records assistant.

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ISBN-13: 9781953284174
Publisher: Light Switch Press
Publication date: 09/24/2020
Pages: 212
Product dimensions: 6.00(w) x 9.00(h) x 0.45(d)

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