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Kathy Rowe

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Master Sergeant Kathy Rowe, United States Air Force (ret.) served just over 20 years before she changed careers and became and author and farmer.  Kathy Rowe said of the transition, “It was a drastic change, not to mention a drastic pay cut! I've been writing 25+ years and have been published in a variety of media: book, newspaper, photography, and magazine.”  Master Sergeant Rowe is a “multi-genre author who writes Military Thriller, Romance, Supernatural Thriller, Fantasy, Drama and Sci-fi, and is even working on screenplays.”  Master Sergeant Kathy Rowe is the author of Project: Dragonslayers, Dragonslayers: Mind Games and Dragonslayers: Battle Rhythm.

According to the book description of Project: Dragonslayers, “US Air Force Lt. Col. Eagle Tryggvesson got more than she bargained for when she tangled with Navy Rear Admiral Richard Westland over a proposal for an elite Special Forces unit. Eventually losing the battle, Westland swore that she would fail- he would make certain of that. Eagle must fight against discrimination and corruption to put her highly unorthodox team together. She arrives at China Lake Naval Weapons Station to find the beginnings of Westland's sabotage. It would be up to her and the members of her team to beat the deck that had been stacked against them.

Her second in command is the handsome and brilliant Maj. D.M. Elliott who falls in love with her despite their difference in rank and the prohibitive chain of command. They must work together to keep their team and their love alive. The team battles terrorists, violent gang members, and their own personal demons along with the frightening bouts of Post Traumatic Stress Disorder that haunt many warriors.”

According to the book description of Dragonslayers: Mind Games, “Al-Qaeda has a brand new weapon in their war of terror: a deadly unconventional explosive. The US government can't figure out what it is or where al-Qaeda is getting it until two men try to solve the mystery. Newly recruited Dragonslayer Captain Cabbott Westmoreland is the number one sniper in the world. Years of hunting have sharpened his senses to amazing proportions. He must use his skills to unravel a major plot by al-Qaeda. Can he do it? Or will some personal blunders cost the lives of thousands across the globe? Time is of the essence if they are going to stop the attacks.

Lieutenant Jake Collins finds the other piece of the puzzle. His jaded past helps uncover the source of the explosives. Now it's time to take the fight back to the terrorists. Their commander, Lieutenant Colonel Eagle Tryggvesson will have to coordinate with other Special Forces units and government agencies to strike a blow to the heart of al-Qaeda.

The thrilling sequel to PROJECT: DRAGONSLAYERS, it continues the saga of the unlikely Special Forces team thrown head first into the world of counter-terrorism. Battling forces seen and unseen, they use technological advances to gain the upper hand against their foes.”

According to the book description of Dragonslayers: Battle Rhythm, “Blood is thicker than water… and when it’s the blood of a Dragonslayer, there will be hell to pay. The Dragonslayers return with a vengeance to fight terrorism with in another installment of the exciting Dragonslayers Saga. The unorthodox team comes under fire from the most unlikely source, so they must stick together, or be destroyed. They find out that state-of-the-art body armor isn’t the only thing that will save them when bullets are flying. Not all of their battles happen on the battlefield. For many, there’s a battle raging within, as they grapple with their own demons and a society that doesn’t accept them. In Australia, Captain Tige St. Ivor is faced with his own dilemma: an assignment that involves killing one of his best friends. Captain Cabbott Westmoreland fights to be accepted by his own family. And terrorism hits too close to home for Major D.M. Elliott, as he must find a way to protect his father from extremists. Through it all, they live by the code of honor, valor, and sacrifice.”


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