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    Synopsis - New World Kingdom This political terrorist thriller starts when terrorists sink the US frigate Apache and Iranian terrorists detonate 'dirty' nuclear devices in a Brooklyn, New York subway and near Waterloo Station, London. The United States, in collaboration with the United Kingdom, retaliates by dropping nuclear bombs on Tehran, Iran. The ensuing political turmoil and political tensions cause Middle East oil production to drop, economies and society change and the balance of trade and power shift. Ex-CIA Colonel Louis Martinez and his mercenary band then visit the oilfields near Kuwait and succeed in a covert and ruthless operation, shaking the Middle East. Rob Headlam, the ex-Navy SEAL and intelligence officer, liaises with his worldwide contacts to discover the truth about the shadowy and awesome threat to the world. His friend in Israel, journalist Jim O'Sullivan (an ex-British army sniper) discovers more about these mind blowing events and a discovery of archaeological artefacts provide evidence of the fantastic plot to usurp the world's governments by a ruthless elite group called the 'Men At The Top'. These men operate in the highest echelons of national governments and political, financial and industry realms. Their manipulation of world politics and finance causes millions to die in their goal to prepare the way for a one world government or New World Kingdom. The small band of courageous heroes combat physical and supernatural forces in an effort to save the world from a new world ruler from another realm. The clash of opposing forces of good and evil atop the skyscraper in New York, where death & destruction rain down, create an enthralling and surprising climax. This world of deception, intrigue, sex, horror and the demonic realm, includes many things which are factual and some which are possible: you decide which is which.

    Detalhes do Produto

      • Edição:  1
      • Ano de Edição: 2010
      • Ano:  2014
      • País de Produção: Canada
      • Código de Barras:  2001110792500
      • ISBN:  9780992385576

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