R. Thomas Roe resides along the ocean in Florida and in the mountains of Colorado. He has served 26 years as a pilot with the United States Air Force and retired as a full Colonel. He enjoys his associations with various USAF groups and is an avid reader and writer. Col. Roe graduated from St. Thomas University and from William Mitchell College of Law, both in St. Paul, Minnesota.
Finding America: Out of the Ashes, A Nation Is Rebornby R. Thomas Roe
Stuart Martin, the leader of the group, brings together a number of the western states under the umbrella organization, WestPac. His basic message of "join with us and we will all survive" brings the West under his guidance. As Stuart is
Following the collapse of the United States of America, a small group of Floridians form the nucleus of a new Nation in Montana.
Stuart Martin, the leader of the group, brings together a number of the western states under the umbrella organization, WestPac. His basic message of "join with us and we will all survive" brings the West under his guidance. As Stuart is achieving great progress, he loses his life in a terrible accident. His number one assistant, Robert Thomas, eventually takes control of WestPac. Through solid management, economic development, and strict control of the citizenry, Robert strengthens WestPac to be a strong nation with a modern military force. He then takes on the apparently insurmountable task of defeating the massive armies of Frank
Turner, the former President of the United States, to again fight for the revival of The United States of America.
Robert pursues his idealistic fantasy against the wishes and advice of many. Ignoring their warnings while pursuing his goals, he is confident that he is right and that all would support him when victory is achieved.
"Finding America" is the sequel to Roe's novel "Searching for America". This is a fast moving, tight but frightening story that shows what might become of an America that continues down the path of bankruptcy, with seemingly blind leadership -- or worse!
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