Phoenix Republic: The Lone Star Gambit

Phoenix Republic: The Lone Star Gambit

by Danielle Wedgeworth

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Phoenix Republic: The Lone Star Gambit by Danielle Wedgeworth

Three ordinary American sisters from Texas must cope with the destruction of their comfortable lives. They must survive the dangers of dramatic upheaval as they rediscover their faith amidst an economic tsunami affecting the United States and Europe.

Following a collapse of the U.S. dollar, Kate, Megan, and Annie each struggle to overcome personal failings as they make their way back home to the Texas ranch where they grew up, and back to their core values. If an economic collapse was not enough, Americans must also contend with the rise of a profound level of oppression brought on by a statist political class, as well as a fundamental power shift in the Middle East.

The situation is dire and freedom-loving Americans will be gravely tested if they wish to retain their freedom and their God-given rights.

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ISBN-13: 9781483505190
Publisher: BookBaby
Publication date: 09/23/2013
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
Pages: 300
File size: 852 KB

About the Author

Danielle graduated from a private Christian University in the eighties and worked as a retail manager for a couple of years until joining the United States Army. Serving as an enlisted soldier, NCO, and as a commissioned officer, Danielle gained a well-rounded overview of military life.

She served in both the regular army and the National Guard during the late nineteen-eighties and the first part of the nineteen-nineties. Since then, she has worked for major corporations as an IT Leader, and she is a small business owner.

Now, opening another chapter, Danielle is beginning a new phase of activism, the goal of which is to promote Americans to cherish their freedom and to think for themselves.

As Americans lost more and more of their civil rights with each year that past following the 9/11 attack, it became clear that our problems were not about R's and D's, but about a group of self-important elites working to impose their will on America. She hopes to encourage readers to fiercely protect their individual civil rights and to care for their neighbors.

Writing Phoenix Republic, The Lone Star Gambit is the kick-off for this adventure.

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