By Weston Ochse
An Iraqi War Heist Novel
Kelly’s Heroes meets Three Kings
It’s the end of 2003. Billions of American dollars have been given to Iraq to refund their economy. Flown into Bagdad Airport, this money is transported by anonymous military trucks to banks in all the major cities. This money is unaccounted for. No one really knows all the details. So it only makes sense that someone might have a better idea about where the money should go. Enter the men and women of the 399th Transportation Company who must eventually choose between capturing Saddam Hussein or living lives of luxury. That is if they survive.
Praise for Weston Ochse:
“Weston Ochse is one of the best authors of our generation.” – Brian Keene, Author of Ghoul and The Rising
“Weston Ochse is a mercurial writer, one of those depressingly talented people who are good at whatever they turn their hand to”-Conrad Williams, August Derleth and International Horror Guild Award Winner
“Weston Ochse is perhaps the fiercest and most direct of the latest generation of dark fiction writers.” Rocky Wood , author of Stephen King: A Literary Companion.
“Weston Ochse is to horror what Bradbury is to science fiction — an artist whose craft, stories and voice are so distinct and mesmerizing that you can’t help but be enthralled.” – Dani Kollin, Prometheus Award-winning author of The Unincorporated Man
“Brilliantly rendered. What was so impressive about the piece was that I did not doubt the incredible heroism of the protagonist… nor his motivation. – Andrew Vachss on “Family Man”
“Ochse succeeds in creating a complex plot that casts a brutal overwhelming spell.” – International Thriller Award winner Tom Piccirilli on Scarecrow Gods
Raves for SEAL Team 666:
“SEAL TEAM 666 is like X-Files written by Tom Clancy: ingenious, creepy, and entertaining.” — Kevin J. Anderson, #1 international bestselling author of DEATH WARMED OVER
“SEAL TEAM 666 is a wild blend of nail-biting thriller action and out-of-the shadows horror. This is the supernatural thriller at its most dynamic. Perfect!” -Jonathan Maberry, NY Times bestselling author of DEAD OF NIGHT and THE KING OF PLAGUES