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  • Posted September 10, 2011

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    this is an engaging cautionary thriller

    A nuclear bomb leaves thousands instantly dead in Savannah. They are the fortunate as CDC reports others will soon die horrifically from the radiation poisoning. The Congress and the media demands to know why the Intelligence community including Homeland Security failed to prevent the deadly attack while rumors abound that more bombings of other cities will follow.

    As people panic with Congress and the media making things worse with accusations of an Iranian terrorist cell and Presidential election politics demanding retaliation as established by the 9/11 reactions. President Blake Oxley orders his National Security Adviser Sean Falcone to uncover the truth while his opponent Texas Senator Mark Stanfield insists the Savannah incident proves the incumbent soft on terrorism. General George William Parker agrees with Stanfield as he goes to the media demanding an all out assault on Iran.

    This exciting political thriller is at its best with the dysfunctional DC crowd who push personal agendas over facts. The story line is fast-paced but lacks the impact of the terrorist attack obliterating Savannah on key elements of American society. Still this is an engaging cautionary thriller that makes a case to gather the facts before hysterically rushing off to war.

    Harriet Klausner

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  • Posted November 28, 2011

    I found myself wondering out loud whether this came from the mind of a man with a great imagination or a great memory ...

    Reviewed by Brenda Ballard for Readers Favorite

    After years embattled in a war that has yet to be confirmed as justified, the day has come for our troops to come home. The Middle East is on their own and Goodbye Day marks their adieu. Until...caught on camera, surreal and seemingly untrue, another rash of violence comes about, ending Goodbye Day before it can really even start. A story that has so many twists, so many turns .. . the players as dark as oil fires burning in the desert half a world away. It will take a patriotic man, one with dedication and perseverance, to find those behind the sinister ploy. Will the earth survive this evil or will it be saved from the clutches of what lies in planning, just ahead.

    Apocalyptic and waving the impending doom, the pages turn quickly in anticipation, and perhaps even dread, of what shall come next, who will overcome. Written by William S. Cohen, this book could very well be taken from a top secret journal; it reads real enough that anybody who watches the news will find it disturbing. With characters whose personalities and deeds ring so close to be potentially true, it is without a doubt one of the most thought-provoking fictions I have read in my entire life. In a day and age where we just don't know what to believe and what to disregard, I found myself wondering out loud whether this came from the mind of a man with a great imagination or a great memory ...

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