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Gaming
Triumph
$7
The author of Tribes, Fights and The Sunset Saga has written an RPG focused on small scale adventures involving protagonists that are not superhuman, but truly human. What might it be like to be thrust into harrowing circumstance when you are not a superhero?

Harm City
Your Trojan Whorse
$5
The Little Man in the Boat Needs a Captain!
Taboo You
$7
Thirty years alone, on the streets of Baltimore without a friend, a gang, a club, or even a faithful dog to watch his back, has taught the author seven truths about living alone in a dangerous world. LaFond has alternately been the target of police aggression, black gang violence, and white supremacist assassins. Taboo You was written for those few men who find themselves alone in a world they do not agree with; a handbook for militant individuality in a collectivist age. If you vote, don’t buy this book.
Menthol Rampage
$3
A Harm City Novelette, with a cast of made-for-noir Characters drawn from the Author's urban oral history.
Predation
$3
In this eye-opening piece the author utilizes 16 brutal and hilarious true tales to illustrate how those who hunt us make lethality-enhancing and risk-limiting choices in their endless quest to separate us from our money, our virginity, our piece-of-mind, and our body.
The Lesser Angels Of Our Nature
$3
This troubling memoir chronicles the aggression of ideas that fuels the violence and inequity that engulfs us. The author recounts 24 tales of prejudice and hatred as he retraces his life from innocent boyhood, through a troubled youth and savage adulthood, and into fatalistic middle-age; a life lived within a violent, fractured, self-hating society at war with its own reason for being.
When You
$5
Engaging urban survival guide, brutal oral history and outrageous memoir, this disturbing book makes the case that civilization is a lie, human society is essentially cannibalistic, and you are on the menu. If you like Harm City you will love this; it's LaFond at his most politically incorrect.

Modern Combat
The Combat Space
$10
In The Combat Space James LaFond takes the reader through five fields of the combat experience: Mind & Body, Boxing, MMA, Stick & Blade use, and postmodern survival applications from awareness to legal preparedness.
The Fighting Edge
$12
Once only available in hard-copy, this year 2000 title is now available for download at the JL store!
Logic Of Force
$6
Once only available in hard-copy, this year 2012 title is now available for download at the JL store!
Logic Of Steel
$25
A Classic from 2001 newly available at the JL store!
Winter Of A Fighting Life
$5
James LaFond has been fighting for longer than most active fighters have been alive. This book chronicles his many injuries: how, who, where, why, when, and why not! 11 photos and 68 pages of LaFond getting his butt kicked; a must read for anyone who dislikes the man!
The Greatest Boxer
$3
Who really was the Greatest? Rather than argue the point the author developed a system for using a fighter's record to determine his greatness as a boxer. Also includes rankings for the toughest, KO artists, undefeated champions, fighters who never lost a decision and weight class rankings.

Ancient Combat
The Greatest Lie Ever Sold
$10
Volume 9 of the Plantation America Project: The Companion Volume to Cracker-Boy
Cracker-Boy
$15
By James LaFond With Lynn Lockhart
686 pages of buried facts and exhumed truths, including over 100 runaway slave advertisements, original, annotated texts from Plantation America, and proof that many a race was enslaved to feed man's timeless greed
Broken Dance
$20
A Figther's View Of Boxing & Prize-Fighting From Pre-History to the Death Of Alexander. More than 100 exclusive illustrations by Joseph Bellofatto Jr. The First Boxers, The Gods of Boxing, All-Power-Fighting. 454+ pages, 147 illustrations, 23.1 MB download.
All-Power-Fighting
$8
A study of ancient Greek combat arts including: the arts and culture of arête [warrior-virtue], pale [wrestling], pentathlon [five exercises], pankration [all-power-thing]; rankings of historical fighters; appendices; and a 1000+ word Hellenik Glossary. 145+ pages, 31 illustrations, 5.9 MB download.
The Gods Of Boxing
$8
A comprehensive study of ancient Greek boxing contests, training, methods, politics, and personalities. Every aspect of the ancient boxers' life is uncovered. Meet the heroes, villains, gods, and even a pre-Christian saint, who fought before the sacred altars of Thunderchief and the lesser Olympians. 189 pages, 69 illustrations, 10.2 MB download.
The First Boxers
$8
A systematic investigation of the origins of boxing; a biomechanical index of boxing methods; an exploration of sacral prizefighting in Babylon; the methods of the stick-fighting boxers of Egypt; and the secrets of the mysterious boxer kings of Crete. 120 pages, 47 illustrations, 7.8-MB download.

Fiction
Supplicant Song
$5
A Tale of Ancient Oth
Thunderbird
$5
Man against Modernity
Yusef Of The Dusk
$5
In this sequel to Black and Pale [also published in print as The Jericho Bone], Yusef, having survived the Egyptian Famine of 1201, seeks passage to India so he can find the woman he once saw in a flesh house tapestry and make her his—his carnal quest aided by the weird creatures stalking him across the Sinai at some sorcerer's behest.
Black & Pale
$7
This omnibus edition includes the novella Fruit of The Deceiver (Book One: The Black Horseman), the novel Forty Hands of Night (Book Two: The Pale Horseman), the never before published vignette Seeds of The Deceiver, and the short The Song of Jeannot.
Riding The Nightmare
$3
Luther receives a mysterious text on his phone, and his life begins unraveling. Can he halt his own spontaneous devolution? Ben has a good job, a great boss, and an even better wife. Then he cracks open a fortune cookie which contains a chilling message.
God Of War
$3
He is a purpose-built time-jumper; a genetic reclamation asset created to kill primitive men, impregnate viable women, and abduct the most valuable children. Despite his origins he possesses human feelings, has absorbed certain ethics from those he had been designed to hunt, and has suffered a critical malfunction…
Buzz Bunny
$3
Tamar Jackson is the 11-year old subject of extreme bullying who is befriended by a 'mad-planning' rabbit. The rabbit offers his assistance as a survival expert in return for two favors that will forever put Tamar at odds with the world of grownups.
Den Of The Ender
$5
This sci-fi tale spans 20,000 years, from the Ice Age to a future ruled by Human Fabrication Corporations and follows nine people: a Neanderthal shaman; a purpose built man-hunter; a Native American messiah; a reformed crack dealer; an ancient philosopher; a boy trapped in an innocence exhibit; a white supremacist; a ‘trashed’ immersion gamer; and a federal agent.
Behind The Sunset Veil
$5
The quest to journey through Time to plunder the past has turned into a scramble for possession of the time-travel devices, and of those people already brought forward. Three-Rivers, now a time-bending teenager with a messiah complex, heads a large cast of time-travelers as diverse as a Greek philosopher, an apostate Franciscan monk, and a drug-addicted squirrel.
The World Is Our Widow
$5
It is 1868 and Captain Richard F. Burton, intrepid secret agent, undefeated swordsmen, towering intellectual and famed explorer wastes away as the British Counsel to Sao Paulo Brazil... Little does he know that he is being sought by a duo of unlikely time-travelers: a mathematics professor and a murderously eccentric criminal.
Pillagers Of Time
$10
A diverse team of time-travelers are tasked with recovering lost genes and genius’ from the deep past. 16th Century Seneca Child Savant Three-Rivers, the first person recovered from the past, and the time-traveler that originally contacted him, become suspicious of their sponsors’ motives and begin a chronological insurrection.
Of The Sunset World
$10
Despite his youth and deformities, Three-Rivers is a renowned visionary among the Longhouse-people. So it is no surprise, that when an insane white savage comes into Mother Earth seeking Hiawatha, that it is Three-Rivers who meets him by chance under the looming forest above the Shellfish-water. There is cause, however, for surprise, and also an otherworldly quest; for this man is possessed by a potent flesh-demon, brings dread warnings of evil invaders, and has been sent into the world by a thunder-conjurer from a mysterious place beyond the very Sunset.
Organa
$3
Tray Sorenson is a high-value security tech charged with keeping the terminal nodes and habitation zones free of freaks, trashers, and disorderlies. As Tray heads out on patrol to suppress an Amish disturbance an attractive woman catches his eye for a mere instant—his life will never be simple again.
Soter
$3
Archie Jones is the best janitorial engineer on Planet Earth. But could there be more to life than occupational perfection?
By This Axe!
$3
This myopic adventure blends military science-fiction and mythic fantasy as Yule First Warrior of the Eternal Hall and God of War over Men is cast down from Heaven to wander 21st Century America in a brutal quest for a much coveted head that remains maddeningly attached to the body of a meddlesome prophet.
Parental Warning: Explicit sexual situations, extreme violence and brutality.

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