Disturbingly mutilated dead animals are being found in the mountains of Alaska and hunting parties are disappearing. There is something evil at work here and law enforcement has put a name to it. Anubis.
Roy Bohannon is a man without a past. He finds himself fleeing through the Alaskan wilderness. Someone is trying to kill him. Why? He can’t remember who’s chasing him or what he’s done. He can’t remember where he’s been or even where he is now. What’s happened to him? And is his name really Roy Bohannon?
He stumbles into a cabin with a mummified man. A man he knows. Who killed him? How? Bohannon talked to him only two days ago. When he’s confronted by armed men, he flees again and finds sanctuary in a small village, but runs afoul of the local law and winds up in jail. He suspects that the only way he’s going to get answers is to go to the source of Anubis in the mountains.
And what’s happened to Florida detective Bone Ramsey? No one has heard from him in weeks. Where is he? His free-wheeling squad of mercenaries decide to take matters into their own hands and find him.
Commander Donald Castillo is the commander of the Virginia class fast attack nuclear submarine Kansas. It is the latest and best that the U.S. Navy has to offer. He is asked to test a new ground-breaking countermeasure that will revolutionize naval warfare.
The author’s father came down with polio during the epidemic of 1944. This book describes his story of pain, rehabilitation and return to normality as well as inspirational stories of other polio survivors, some more severely paralyzed than he was. Most of these people adjusted well to life after polio. But 30 to 40 years later they started getting what is known as post-polio syndrome which the author’s father had also.