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Romeo Down Goes Free!

“If anything happens, you deal with it,” she interrupted. “You are to come back to me, Joseph Henry Romaniello. Whatever it takes, whoever is in your way, whatever you need to overcome. You can consider that a standing order.”

My short story, Romeo Down—the second title of Sean’s File—is now a free download at all major retailers. RD is approximately 8,000 words or 30 pages in print length. Featured in Amazon’s Kindle Short Reads (One Hour), it fills a gap in the history of Daniel Sean Ritter, who some consider my most engaging character. Enjoy! As always, if you have already, I love to hear from you.

Here is the blurb:

“Where does a man’s strength originate? In 1991, during the short, brutal air war above Iraq, two men unknowingly discover the same answer during an intense CSAR (Combat Search And Rescue) operation.

A short story, “Romeo Down” is an account of the action resulting in the award of Daniel Sean Ritter’s first Silver Star. Alluded to in dialogue within the first novel of Sean’s File:  Operation Naji, this episode stands alone as a spoiler-free companion volume to that title.”

RD Cover Art

Romeo Down: A Short Story

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Choose to love, -DA

 

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