Milos Vesely, aka Cowboy, kills Nazis. After the events of SecondWorld, a failed attempt by modern Nazi forces to carry out a worldwide genocide and claim the planet for the Aryan nation, he now hunts down the enemy. Most of them are running for cover. But others, as Cowboy discovers beneath the sands of Tanis, Egypt, are searching for a way to strike again.
Hidden beneath the "lost city" is a network of tunnels and traps protecting an ancient power that predates Egypt's mighty empires. Vesely, along with archeologist, Dr. Sarah Pasha, traverse the underground realm, heading deep into dangerous territory. But they're not alone. Sturmbannführer Oskar Dirlewanger is one of World War II's most infamous and violent Nazi leaders. He and his Direlwanger Brigade, fifty of the most ruthless criminals in the Reich, are closing in, bent on retrieving the ancient power for themselves and resurrecting SecondWorld.
Trapped and on the run, Vesely and his lethal aim must face off against an army, but Nazis are far from the most dangerous element beneath the hot sands. Upon finding the ancient power source, Vesely not only recognizes it, but knows where it came from: Atlantis.
©2014 Jeremy Robinson (P)2015 Jeremy Robinson
Jeremy Robinson has managed to bring his universe of many books; and all there tendrils, that little bit closer to one another. If you have listened to (or read) second world this is a must!
I love the way R C Bray brings the books he read to life!
This is a sequel to Second World and it would be best to read that first. This is an underground adventure done in a Raiders of The Lost Ark style. Involves Nazis, traps, Atlantians, pits, and stars Cowboy.
Bray does a good job and the whole thing is entertaining.
"Love the Cowboy."
RC Bray is one of my top three favorite narrators, how ever, his accent skills in this book dont hold a candle to the original. Now aside form that, the story is awesome. Buy this book.
I loved the Cowboy character from Second World. This story is fast paced and entertaining throughout. You won't regret it!
A very good novella from Mr Robinson, occurring about a month (I think) after the events of SecondWorld. The Czech Cowboy is back and seems, quite frankly, to be rather supernatural in his ability to defeat the bad guys... And let's face it, we love these kind of heroes! Of course, like every JR book, there is a lot of page turning suspense, exciting battles, witty dialogue, and thought provoking theories and history lessons to be told. I especially liked the nods to his fans in the last couple of chapters! I look forward to more of the man who proclaims, loud and proud, "I am Cowboy"!!! Bob Bray brings Cowboy to life.
"Master story weaver"
I love how he loosely tied the books together. The book is a good action packed thriller. Couldn't stop listening. I recommend Jeremy Robinson. Please read/listen to all his books.
Defies reality but nevertheless enthralled. Authors attempt to unravel historical mysteries in light of human weakness is noteworthy.
"Robinson delivers in short but sweet Indy romp"
Love Robinson and after reading back to back 25 hour plus fantasy I needed some action. missing the Antarcticos and Second world that got me addicted, I got what I was missing. great tie ins to all his other works that I hope is a teaser for more that ties them all together Marvel style. keep em coming please!
like how u get all ur books to fit together and the a check cowboy is the best
R.C. Bray did a great job. He used accents and made the story come alive.
Milos Vesely, because he is brash, fun and good strong charater.
The epilogue because it ties together so many stories.
I am Cowboy
Fun listen, Get it.
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