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Silent Order Iron Hand

Author: Jonathan Moeller
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The galaxy is at war, but wars are won and lost in the shadows. To the galaxy at large, Jack March is a privateer of the interstellar Kingdom of Calaskar and a former Iron Hand commando of the malevolent Final Consciousness. In truth, he is an alpha operative of the Silent Order, the most efficient and feared intelligence organization in human space. When there is a crisis, Jack March is the man to call. But there are many forces that wish to enslave or destroy humanity. And when a mission leads March to a lawless asteroid space station, he might be the only one left to stop those forces...


Silent Order Fire Hand

Author: Jonathan Moeller
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The galaxy is at war, and an archaeologist's accidental discovery might destroy civilizations. When Jack March is sent to rescue a high-ranking operative of the Silent Order from the sinister Final Consciousness, he expects trouble. He doesn't expect to find an ancient alien relic capable of annihilating worlds. And if the Final Consciousness can seize that relic, the galaxy will burn...


Silent Order Eclipse Hand

Author: Jonathan Moeller
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The galaxy is at war, and an unexpected scientific discovery can change the fate of empires. When Jack March stumbles across a space battle, he rescues a naive young scientist. But her accidental breakthrough has uncovered a dangerous secret, a secret the Final Consciousness will destroy worlds and kill trillions to protect. Starting with Jack March...


Silent Order Ark Hand

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The galaxy is at war, and the shadows of human history might destroy the present. When Jack March agrees to help Dr. Adelaide Taren track down a tip about an archaeological find, he doesn't expect to be drawn into a deadly Machinist plot. Because the secrets of the find are rooted in the past, but they might change the course of the future...


Silent Order Omnibus One

Author: Jonathan Moeller
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Combined for the first time in one volume, here are the bestselling novels SILENT ORDER: IRON HAND, SILENT ORDER: WRAITH HAND, SILENT ORDER: AXIOM HAND, and the short story RAIL GUN. The galaxy is at war, but wars are won and lost in the shadows. To the galaxy at large, Jack March is a privateer of the interstellar Kingdom of Calaskar and a former Iron Hand commando of the malevolent Final Consciousness. In truth, he is an alpha operative of the Silent Order, the most efficient and feared intelligence organization in human space. When there is a crisis, Jack March is the man to call. But there are many forces that wish to enslave or destroy humanity, and March is the one to stop those forces...


Silent Order Master Hand

Author: Jonathan Moeller
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The galaxy is at war, and the raids of pirates can bring empires crashing down. When Jack March interrupts a raid of the brutal Agotanni Pirates, he soon realizes that the pirates have stolen an ancient superweapon of lethal power. Unless they are stopped, the pirates will auction off the weapon to the highest bidder. And whoever holds the weapon can slaughter billions at a whim...


Raoul and Iron Hand

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Captain Ironhand

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Baring the Iron Hand

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During antebellum wars the Regular Army preserved the peace, suppressed the Indians, and bore the brunt of the fighting. The Civil War, however, brought an influx of volunteers who overwhelmed the number of army Regulars, forcing a clash between traditional military discipline and the expectations of citizens. Baring the Iron Hand provides an extraordinarily in-depth examination of this internal conflict and the issue of discipline in the Union Army. Ramold tells the story of the volunteers, who, unaccustomed to such military necessities as obeying officers, accepting punishment, and suppressing individuality, rebelled at the traditional discipline expected by the standing army. Unwilling to fully surrender their perceived rights as American citizens, soldiers both openly and covertly defied the rules. They challenged the right of their officers to lead them and established their own policies on military offenses, proper conduct, and battlefield behavior. Citizen soldiers also denied the army the right to punish them for offenses like desertion, insubordination, and mutiny that had no counterpart in civilian life. Ramold demonstrates that the clash between Regulars and volunteers caused a reinterpretation of the traditional expectations of discipline. The officers of the Regular Army had to contend with independent-minded soldiers who resisted the spit-and-polish discipline that made the army so efficient, but also alienated the volunteers' sense of individuality and manhood. Unable to prosecute the vast number of soldiers who committed offenses, professional officers reached a form of populist accommodation with their volunteer soldiers. Unable to eradicate or prevent certain offenses, the army tried simply to manage them or to just ignore them. Instead of applying traditionally harsh punishments for specific crimes as they had done in the antebellum period, the army instead mollified its men by extending amnesty, modifying sentences, and granting liberal leniency to many soldiers who otherwise deserved the harshest of penalties. Ramold's fascinating look into the lives of these misbehaving soldiers will interest both Civil War historians and enthusiasts.


The Man with the Iron Hand

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