THE CHINA ALAMO
From Wolfpack Publishing!
Whether he is fighting American western outlaws, suicidal Filipino warriors or crazed Boxer Rebellion Chinese, former Texas lawman, Johann Gunther is your man. He’s a Western hero faced with international action adventures
It’s 1900 – three young doctors celebrate their graduation from medical school with a dinner on the San Francisco docks…until they’re kidnapped and Shanghaied to China. The doctors’ families are rich, and in 1901 they entice Vice President Teddy Roosevelt into organizing a secret, rescue mission. Teddy dispatches his former Cuban War veteran officer, Major Gunther from the Philippines to run the top-secret mission, but not without first destroying the rotten shanghai operation on the bay. Once in China with the doctors rescued, the full-blown Boxer Rebellion erupts and Gunther’s ragtag team must flee for their lives, run the gauntlet into Peking and into the surrounded, besieged embassy fortress, caught in a last stand Alamo of life and death.
“Probably the greatest adventure story I’ve ever written, right next to Gunther’s first, ‘My Gun is my Passport.’ If you like a high action-adventure, international classic with a western hero at the helm? This is your next book!” – Hock
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Some Early Reviews…
“I love this book!” – Paul Bishop, Six Gun Justice Podcast
“Just finished China Alamo, definitely the best one yet! Totally enjoyed the story. The Gunther series needs to be made into a Netflix series.” – Kyle Garrison, Kansas USA
“If only I trusted today’s Hollywood I would love to see Gunther on the big or small screen…Actually a series on the small screen would be BAD ASS! Go & pick up a copy, you won’t be able to put it down I promise!” – Jessie Murrieta, Arizona
“The book is definitely great.” – Sharon Moore, Oklahoma
“I have to tell you that I really enjoyed China Alamo (and American Medieval too). I may have to reread My Gun is My Passport to determine which is better!” – Marl Lyons, Omaha, Nebraska
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