The Trinity Conspiracy: Part One - Betrayal at Black Mesa

Overview

Your name is Jackson Guild. You've slowly fought back from the agony of PTSD, and now you're somewhat sober and a crack investigator on the U.S. Senate Foreign Relations Committee. But you've uncovered something you never wanted to see: The "Eyes Only" notice that there's a nuclear weapon loosed by terrorists on American soil. And it's ticking down toward detonation. Somewhere... That was seven months ago.You didn't find the bomb, and it blew a hole through the heart of America. On Halloween night you got the ...
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Overview

Your name is Jackson Guild. You've slowly fought back from the agony of PTSD, and now you're somewhat sober and a crack investigator on the U.S. Senate Foreign Relations Committee. But you've uncovered something you never wanted to see: The "Eyes Only" notice that there's a nuclear weapon loosed by terrorists on American soil. And it's ticking down toward detonation. Somewhere... That was seven months ago.You didn't find the bomb, and it blew a hole through the heart of America. On Halloween night you got the word that there is a second bomb out there. It's a dirty trick. Finding it will be no treat. You stare into a world of pain. Fortunately, you're not alone. Unfortunately, you still must pay the price. Ask yourself, what's your lonely life worth when millions of others are at stake?
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780615961804
  • Publisher: BlackRackBooks
  • Publication date: 2/9/2014
  • Pages: 102
  • Product dimensions: 5.50 (w) x 8.50 (h) x 0.24 (d)

Meet the Author

Jeff Shear is the author of The Keys to the Kingdom which was an investigation into a weapons deal between the US and Japan (the FSX), published by Doubleday in 1994. He's been a Fellow at The Center for Public Integrity, in Washington, where he contributed to the book The Buying of the Congress, published by Avon in 1998. Before that he served as staff correspondent for National Journal, covering fiscal policy, with regular venues at the White House and Congress. His magazine writing has appeared in The New York Times Magazine, Esquire, The Los Angeles Times Magazine, Rolling Stone and other national publications. He writes TV scripts for the National Geographic Channel, Discovery, and The History Channel. He is the author of the Jackson Guild Saga, novels about a former Senate investigator desperately trying to piece back the nation after a terrorist's nuclear bomb wipes out Washington. Law and order devolve into a demi-dystopia. And Fascists aim to control a once great Democracy. Only a few retreaded spies stand in their way, and Jackson must ask himself whether his lonely life is worth saving when when millions of others are at stake.
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