From bestselling authors Joe Nassise and Jon F. Merz comes a new military science fiction horror series full of action, suspense, and all-out high octane excitement!Visit exotic places. Meet strange new creatures. Do your best to kill them before they kill you.On December 5th, scientists at CERN in Geneva, Switzerland ran a short test on the newly completed Large Hadron Collider. For that brief period, protons swarmed back and forth along the seventeen miles of carefully constructed tunnel and slammed into each other with devastating force, generating power the likes of which had not been seen since the moment of the Big Bang.Just a few short hours. That was all it took for our world to be invaded by hideous creatures from somewhere beyond.My name is Captain Memphis Stone, commander of the HELLstalkers, the armed response unit hastily assembled to face this growing threat.This is the story of the men and women under my command, those who stand in the gap and shed their blood to protect the rest of humanity from creatures that we never imagined we'd ever face, not even in our darkest dreams.Welcome to the front lines.**********************************************"If you love thrillers, this is your ticket!" - SciFiGuy reviewsHELLstalkers tells the story of an elite group of soldiers brought together to fight an invasion of otherworldly and supernatural creatures that have infiltrated our world as a result of an accident at the Large Hadron Collider at CERN in Geneva, Switzerland.Led by former US Army Ranger Memphis Stone, the HELLstalkers unit is comprised of an international cast of former special operations and intelligence operators who are devoted to tracking down and killing the wide array of monsters, aliens, and supernatural creatures that come through portals into our world.Wormholes, cryptid hunters, and supernatural creatures - plus all kinds of action adventure and science fiction horror - what more could you want?Grab Your Copy Today!
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