Joe NobodyJoe Nobody (pen name for the author who wishes to keep his identity confidential) has provided systems, consulting and training for the U.S. Army, Department of Homeland Security, Office of Naval Research, United States Border Patrol as well as several private firms and government agencies which cannot be disclosed. He is currently active in this
HOLDING THEIR OWN IX: THE SALT WAR
The Salt War explores how old grudges and long-simmering social divisions could threaten the recovery of post-apocalyptic Texas.
Bishop hatches a plan to pull Terri away from the stressful responsibility of managing the Alliance, but his scheme quickly goes awry. The couple finds themselves isolated, hunted, and in the middle of a modern-day range war.
Nick is leading Bishop’s team while the Texan is away bonding with his family. Sent on a mission to integrate another community into the Alliance’s fold, the operator becomes the subject of an extensive manhunt. His life depends on Grim, Cory, and Kevin igniting an uprising and exposing the foul deeds of a ruthless dictator.
The Salt War takes the reader on a high-speed, low-drag gallop through a world still struggling with social and economic recovery. Join Bishop, Terri, and their friends as the struggle to rebuild continues.
"When it comes to a book series, I feel that it is wrong to judge a book individually. Each book is just a small piece of the pie. With every story, there are going to be parts of the story that you like and parts that you don't like. You have to judge the series as a whole. The "Holding Their Own" series by Joe Nobody is an exceptional series. The characters are believable and the author portrays them in a way that has you longing for the next book before you even start reading the current book. Like all things, the series will have to come to an end one day. The Salt War continues the harrowing story of Bishop and his family and friends. For most of those reading this review, they have been with this series since the beginning. This book continues the great story that started in book one. For those who are reading this review to decide whether to get involved in this series, I would say don't wait any longer. Every book is worth the price. Some other books in this genre, spread out a series longer than necessary and make the books short and charge more for each book. This series does not do this. There's nothing more to say. Get the book, get the series."
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