The Disappearance: A Journalist Searches for Answers After Millions Disappear [NOOK Book]

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In the Chicago Silversmith Hotel and Suites parking facility the driver of the blue BMW checked his watch. Then he smiled, raised his hands to the roof and screamed “Allahu akbar!”
An instant later the equivalent of one thousand tons of TNT detonated with a deafening roar. Simultaneously devices went off at the Cosmopolitan Hotel in Las Vegas, close to the Stock Exchange in New York City, the Old State House in Boston, the National Museum of Jewish History in Philadelphia, the ...
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The Disappearance: A Journalist Searches for Answers After Millions Disappear

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Overview

In the Chicago Silversmith Hotel and Suites parking facility the driver of the blue BMW checked his watch. Then he smiled, raised his hands to the roof and screamed “Allahu akbar!”
An instant later the equivalent of one thousand tons of TNT detonated with a deafening roar. Simultaneously devices went off at the Cosmopolitan Hotel in Las Vegas, close to the Stock Exchange in New York City, the Old State House in Boston, the National Museum of Jewish History in Philadelphia, the Holocaust Memorial in Miami, the Pacific Stock Exchange in Los Angeles, Haight Ashbury in San Francisco and the National Museum of Natural History in Washington, D.C.
Static over-presssure from the blasts killed 50% of the people within 150 meters of ground zero. Even at 350 meters half the people were killed by the blast energy. Their tissues vaporized before their bodies could fall to the ground.
David Jamison, editor with the U.S. Weekly News magazine, is on a mission to discover the real reason for millions of people worldwide vanishing without a trace. His challenge is aided by Uri Sakharov, a mysterious gentleman with Epiphany Associates Unlimited.
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Product Details

  • BN ID: 2940015722390
  • Publisher: FriesenPress
  • Publication date: 12/12/2012
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • File size: 489 KB

Meet the Author

Over the course of his life, John Jeffries has worn a large number of “hats.” Among others, he has worked as factory worker, entrepreneur, salesman, radio announcer, restaurant manager, convenience store manager, print shop manager, office manager, and branch manager for a car rental company.
In the government service, he has served in both the non-commissioned officer and warrant officer ranks in the capacities of administration, telecommunications operations, counter-espionage, counter-sabotage, counter-terrorism, counter-subversion, active intelligence collection, intelligence analysis, and linguistics. He published a number of articles on the subjects of espionage, terrorism and security in military publications.
John has degrees in marketing management and law. Presently John and his wife, Carol are studying together toward PhD degrees in Bible Studies and Theology. What he has learned, he has done in actual practice. What he has done, he has taught and mentored others to do.
He often contributes “on background” to various government entities and to the media in his areas of expertise, produced a guest editorial for a local newspaper, and a weekly email update on world events relating to the End-Times prophecies. This is his first venture into the world of writing books.
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  • Anonymous

    Posted January 4, 2013

    Having read the first chapter on another site, I found this smal

    Having read the first chapter on another site, I found this small book to be very poorly written. Reads like the transcript of some far, far left talk radio program with stilted, clumsily placed dialogue.  Character build is awkward. The premise interested me enough to read the first chapter but I'll stick with Dekker and Blackstock.

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