Semper Fi–Now Available!

10 Apr

Dear Readers

Semper Fi, the fourth book in The Empire’s Corps, is now available from Amazon. Download a free sample and then buy it from Amazon here! And if you like it, please share this post and review.

Two years after the Empire abandoned them on Avalon, Colonel Edward Stalker and his Marines have established the Commonwealth, a union of worlds intended to take the place of the vanished Empire. But now contact has been made with a remnant of the Empire, a successor state controlled by a ruthless dictator bent on crushing the Commonwealth and expanding her rule over the entire galaxy.

While the Commonwealth frantically prepares for war, a small team of Marines is dispatched to the enemy homeworld with orders to bring down the dictator – by any means necessary …

[As a matter of principle, all of my self-published books are DRM-free. You may treat it as you may treat any normal paperback book.]

Chris

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14 Responses to “Semper Fi–Now Available!”

  1. Terry Edmunds April 11, 2013 at 1:55 pm #

    got your new book…in the middle of re reading a Ringo book. Soon as I am done, will read Semper Fi….and you are exactly right on Margaret Thatcher…a true stateswoman?…who had immense character and courage.

  2. robert marhanka April 30, 2013 at 6:53 pm #

    Just finished Semper Fi. Another great book. Thank you.
    Bob

    • chrishanger May 2, 2013 at 4:05 pm #

      You’re welcome

      More coming soon, next week I hope.

      Chris

      Sent from my iPad

  3. Rudi Pittman May 19, 2013 at 4:56 pm #

    Chris, In book 1 you state to let you know of typo’s etc in the books…so here goes….in chapter 47 of book 1 you have the following paragraph:

    “Edward shrugged. After the first battles, when the Crackers had concentrated on hitting as many bases and patrols as possible, the fighting had dulled down to a steady series of attacks and counter-attacks. The bases were regularly attacked, while patrols in the towns and countryside found themselves under open and covert attack. Five Marines had been killed, along with over forty new soldiers and Civil Guardsmen. The Crackers, by the most optimistic count, had lost around seventy fighters, a low total considering the intensity of the fighting. It was hard to know for sure. They had a habit of removing their bodies from the battlefield if possible. Edward would have admitted that under other circumstances.”

    I believe you intended the last sentence to be: “Edward would have ADMIRED that under other circumstances.”

    Rudi

    • chrishanger May 20, 2013 at 10:46 am #

      Thank you! Chris > Date: Sun, 19 May 2013 15:56:21 +0000 > To: christopher_g_nuttall@hotmail.com >

      • Rudi Pittman May 20, 2013 at 7:54 pm #

        Book 3 Chapter 26:
        The Civil Guardsmen started to open fire, before their CO bellowed for them to hold fire and get back out of the building. Judy, her arm aching, was only too glad to obey. A handful of Guardsmen had been badly injured, desperate their armour, and had to be dragged out by their comrades. Thankfully, the students didn’t bother to harass them as they retreated, although Judy wasn’t sure if that was a deliberate decision or sheer luck. Maybe whoever was in charge of the students knew that giving chase would expose them to the men outside the building.

        Sentence in the middle reads “A handful of Guardsmen had been badly injured, desperate their armour, and had to be dragged out by their comrades.” which I believe should be “A handful of Guardsmen had been badly injured, DESPITE their armour, and had to be dragged out by their comrades.”

      • chrishanger May 21, 2013 at 9:08 am #

        Cool! Thank you! Chris > Date: Mon, 20 May 2013 18:54:25 +0000 > To: christopher_g_nuttall@hotmail.com >

      • Rudi Pittman May 20, 2013 at 8:14 pm #

        Book 3 Chapter 28:

        “Belinda snorted. She’d had a uniform prepared for him, based on the standard Marine uniform. It would provide some protection from bullets or knives, but not enough to guarantee his safety, particularly if a sniper aimed for his exposed head. Besides, the martial was very far from perfect. She would have preferred to put him in a heavy combat suit, but the students would not have been willing to talk to him if he’d been armoured. And the suits had to be matched to their individual wearer and there was no time to produce one.”

        Sentence reads “Besides, the martial was very far from perfect.” which I believe should be “Besides, the MATERIAL was very far from perfect.”

      • chrishanger May 21, 2013 at 9:06 am #

        Cool! Thank you! Chris > Date: Mon, 20 May 2013 19:14:13 +0000 > To: christopher_g_nuttall@hotmail.com >

      • Rudi Pittman May 21, 2013 at 3:55 am #

        Book 4 Intro:

        You end it with “Have fun! And if you want a fourth book, let me know…” which I believe should be “Have fun! And if you want a FIFTH book, let me know…” since you start off by stating Semper Fi is the 4th book. [tired of these yet?]

      • chrishanger May 21, 2013 at 9:02 am #

        No, it’s useful to have these problems pointed out. BTW – do you want a fifth book? Chris > Date: Tue, 21 May 2013 02:55:08 +0000 > To: christopher_g_nuttall@hotmail.com >

      • Rudi Pittman May 21, 2013 at 9:26 am #

        I want a 10th book. 😉 Now that I’m paying attention and not just clicking on the “reply” email originally sent by the notification option I’ll forward any other “typos” to your email. Apologies for not noticing that.

      • chrishanger May 23, 2013 at 12:39 pm #

        I shall certainly try to provide Chris > Date: Tue, 21 May 2013 08:26:09 +0000 > To: christopher_g_nuttall@hotmail.com >

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