Alex's job is...
to avoid car bombs, IED’s, ambushes, RPG’s, snipers… but what will he do when he can’t avoid them?
Recruited to make bombs
for the Islamic State, Haider, a humble Iraqi engineer who has been out of work for a year, struggles with the message from his God.
Based on actual events
Author William Craun uses his experience as a Army Ranger and independent contractor to give a completely unique view of what it was like to work security in the most dangerous place on earth.
Working the Kill Zone
One year after the American invasion of Iraq, the country is a seething cauldron of violence.
Alex is a former U.S. Army Ranger who signs up with private military companies to work government contracts in the war zone. His antagonist, Haider, is a humble Iraqi engineer who has been out of work for a year when he is recruited to make bombs for the fledgling Islamic State. Run the most dangerous roads on earth and kick in doors with Alex, and journey with Haider as his scientific mind struggles with the message from his God.
About the Author
William Craun was a U.S. Army Airborne Ranger. Then, for fifteen years he worked in Iraq and Afghanistan for Private Military Companies (Custer Battles, Triple Canopy, Blackwater, MVM, Patriot Group International, and EODT) on contracts for DOS, DOD, CIA, and NSA.
Chief, State University of New York Police (Retired).
Moritz Mittermayor, Salzburg, Austria
Lee Craig, Florida
Colonel Shauna Snyder, U.S. Army
Sniper, 3/75 Ranger Regiment, and author of Millennial Ranger
Kenneth R. Timmerman
NY Times best-selling author of The French Betrayal of America, and other books.
Captain Mike McClane, U.S. Navy
Brigadier General Marianne Watson
Major General James Joseph