The event that everyone talked about that could happen did happen. Arch Angelo and his men had a front row seat to the end of their world from the rooftop of their building. Planes were falling from the skies like meteor showers. The mid-eastern terrorist invaders hiding in the mountains along with disenfranchised Americans in prisons, gangs, and aliens from drug cartels along the borders began their long awaited attacks across the country. Now Arch Angelo knew why he was given the vast powers he possessed. Along with his men he created plans to fight back. They resorted to guerrilla warfare and inflicting mass casualties to even up the odds. But his secret weapon was not his vast powers for destruction. The key to success laid in the hands of his full-blooded Shoshone Indian doctor researcher. She reasoned that it was love and not war that would win the day. She found the solution in domestic cats.
About the Author
I was born of immigrant parents from the Philippines and arrived in Fort Hamilton, New York in 1951. My father was a career soldier and typical of military dependents we move around a lot. The nomadic life appealed to me so after brief stints at college and temporary jobs I joined the military and made a career with the Air Force. So as a military brat and a career military member I had the opportunity to live and work in a number of places here in the states and abroad. After 20-years, I retired in Williamsburg, VA and worked as a database manager with the City of Hampton, VA. I hold a Bachelors degree in Commercial Art from Northwestern University, Natchitoches LA and graduated Summa Cum Laude from ECPI, in Hampton, VA with a degree in Network and Computer Administration. In addition to my career travels, the stories in the many books I've read took me to even more exciting places and allowed me to share in the experiences of the characters written about. I hope to contribute to that legacy of great story telling as a writer.