Risen from the Dead: Sequel to Dead & Dead for Real

Risen from the Dead: Sequel to Dead & Dead for Real

by Robert Clayton
Risen from the Dead: Sequel to Dead & Dead for Real

Risen from the Dead: Sequel to Dead & Dead for Real

by Robert Clayton


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Twelve-year-old Mohammed al Jar, escapes from the horror of a refugee camp in Libya by joining a radical Islamic group. As part of a bio strike against the United States, he is infected with a dangerous virus, becoming a bio-weapon. On the eve of his departure he realizes that his leaders are not being directed by God but a devil. He turns himself in to the local Imam who takes him to a hospital where he assists in stopping this dastardly attack. He dies from the infection but is reborn with the purpose of uniting the religions of the world, bringing them back to God.

US President Ron Carson sends Kiki Russell and Nick Sabino to determine if this boy represents the threat to world stability his advisors claim. Spreading peace to the war-torn Middle East, the boy is assassinated by those profiting from war. Nick and Kiki witness his resurrection.

Predicting a cataclysmic event that would lead to human extinction, Mohammed al Jar urges United States President Ron Carson to create a string of power gathering satellites beaming clean energy to Earth. By providing energy globally, the United States is insured a position of power in the world. To fund this endeavor, he must dip into the defense budget becoming an enemy of the Military Industrial Complex. Mohammed al Jar is again assassinated but reappears, bringing followers to his Faithism religion, lending credibility to his claim to be an envoy of God.

The Military Industrial Complex, unwilling to give up the billions of dollars, declare Carson an enemy. Nick and Kiki are forced to protect Carson from assassinations and fight those who perpetuate world conflict for profit. They become targets themselves.

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781948015189
Publisher: R Clayton International Enterprise, Inc
Publication date: 07/29/2019
Pages: 426
Product dimensions: 5.25(w) x 8.00(h) x 0.95(d)

About the Author

Robert Clayton
Long-time Tucson resident R. L. Clayton's career as an author began in earnest when he published his first book in 2012. "I wanted to write a story about human evolution going forward, the theme in the Evolution River Series. Sea Species is the unrecognized next step occurring now. The true scope of the age of genetics is beyond our understanding. Clayton's science fiction trilogy, The Evolution River Series takes a fanciful path from humans today to the eventual end of evolution.
Clayton's next endeavor, Wings of the WASP was a departure from science fiction. "My mother was a pilot in WWII, a member of the Women Airforce Service Pilots. I wanted to write a story about them, but not another documentary." This historical novel is based on an incident that happened to his mother, and though fiction, it portrays many of the issues those women faced and illustrates the spirit of the WASP.
In yet another genre, Clayton published Dead & Dead For Real in 2016, the first book in his "Dead" series of techno-thrillers. This fast-paced series explores chilling all-too-real scenarios. The second book, Dead Reckoning also was published in 2016. The third book, Dead Again was published in 2018 and the fourth book, Risen from the Dead was published in 2019.
All of Clayton's books take place in Arizona and the Tucson area. Readers will recognize places and descriptions. "I have self-published my books because I'm impatient." His books are available at a local bookstore, Mostly Books. Both print and e-books are available online. Visit his websites www.evolutionriver.com and www.rlclaytonbooks.com for links. "I enjoy hearing from readers and entering into discussions about my stories. Email me at rlclayton10@gmail.com. Facebook: www.facebook.com/RLClayton-492878487412902, www.facebook.com/people/Robert-Clayton/100011735257224,
Twitter; twitter.com/rlclaytonwriter
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