An New Exciting Tale of Espionage, War and Survival Unfolds in The Elite

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Author Terry L. Wood weaves a gripping web filled with intrigue, danger, terror and the fight for survival

No one saw it coming. When they finally realized it, it was too late and the first special team of snipers is assassinated by terrorists. Six new men are called to step in to form “The Elite” and are tasked to bring down the terrorists. Can this dream team outwit and outlast their dangerous enemies? Readers can unravel the answer in author Terry L. Wood’s gripping book, The Elite.

SSG Reed, SSG Hughes, SGT Wood, SGT Townsend, SGT Crocker and SGT Grimm are called together on a cold December day to the briefing office. They’re also known by their code names: Midnight, Seeker, Pappy, Boom Boom, Hound Dog, and Butcher. The six men are the top in their Sniper Class and the D.A. wants them to form a special team that will stop terrorists in the United States and in the Allied Countries. Hardened soldiers, these men never back down from a challenge. Though the first team before them fails and is annihilated, Team leader Reed believes his team won’t be as easy to defeat.

Readers can find out if The Elite lives up to their name as they immerse in this exciting tale of espionage, war, terrorists, and the fight for survival.

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About the Author
Terry L. Wood is from New Philadelphia, Ohio. He is married with two children, a son and a daughter. He completed high school in 1964 from Conotton Valley High at Leesville, Ohio. He served his country for twenty years in United States Army with one year in Vietnam.

The Elite * by Terry L. Wood
Publication Date: September 26, 2010
Trade Paperback; $19.99; 112 pages; 978-1-4535-6011-2
Trade Hardback; $29.99; 112 pages; 978-1-4535-6012-9
eBook; $9.99; 978-1-4535-6013-6

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