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Chernobyl, USA

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In the unsuspecting months before September 11, 2001, Americans went about their days generally unaffected by war and terror; unaffected, but not unthreatened. In his explosive debut novel, Chernobyl, USA, author Drew Williams reveals the story of an unlikely couple and their attempt to stop a tragic radioactive release on US soil that would match the devastation experienced by the people of the Ukraine when an accident damaged their own Chernobyl nuclear reactor.

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Overview

In the unsuspecting months before September 11, 2001, Americans went about their days generally unaffected by war and terror; unaffected, but not unthreatened. In his explosive debut novel, Chernobyl, USA, author Drew Williams reveals the story of an unlikely couple and their attempt to stop a tragic radioactive release on US soil that would match the devastation experienced by the people of the Ukraine when an accident damaged their own Chernobyl nuclear reactor.

Kari Adams lost her husband in a mysterious accident and she's been uneasy ever since. It seemed her home had been invaded and her life was in turmoil. In desperation she reached out to an old friend, Bill Winters. Bill opened his heart and his home to Kari and her children, not realizing he'd soon be running for his life while trying to save millions of people on the East Coast. Was September 11, 2001 plan A for the enemies of America? Or have previous attempts already been foiled? Nuclear reactors in this country are the safest in the world, but how safe is anything when enemies of the state are trying to kill, maim and strike fear in our hearts? Chernobyl, USA tells the story of one such effort and of the brave men and women who stopped the enemy's horrific plans.

'In Chernobyl USA, writer Drew Williams introduces us to an unlikely Midwestern couple thrown together by fate, blood and deception as they race to thwart a cabal of terrorists bent on killing them and wreaking nuclear havoc on American soil. Williams' knowledge of military and intelligence operations, as well as the nuclear power infrastructure, slingshot the reader along the murky, explosive trail of events leading to what could be an all-too-possible apocalypse. Take a deep breath, then turn page one.'

Steven Sims, Author of Spy Wednesdays, published by Xlibris Corporation.

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781602473089
  • Publisher: Tate Publishing & Enterprises, L.L.C.
  • Publication date: 9/25/2007
  • Pages: 250
  • Product dimensions: 6.00 (w) x 9.00 (h) x 0.53 (d)

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