The Angelia Project: A Ben Dawson Novel

The Angelia Project: A Ben Dawson Novel

by Bill Duncan

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The Angelia Project: A Ben Dawson Novel by Bill Duncan

The eagerly awaited sequel to "The Salacia Project" . . . Another action-packed thrill ride that races along the bleeding edges of technology and covert operations. This is Book 2 in the Brystol Foundation series of espionage adventure novels. A devastating new cyber warfare technology known as Angelia has been stolen from the Mossad, and it's being weaponized. In enemy hands, Angelia will enable the destruction of national economies and disable strategic military defenses. An international team of spies is embedding these weapons in the world's most secret facilities, and by the time the truth is discovered, the Middle East has been brought to the brink of war. Racing against the clock, a team of covert operatives led by Ben Dawson must wrest the technology away and stop the man about to trigger Armageddon. But to succeed, Dawson must enlist the aid of the former assassin who was responsible for the death of his close friend, and tried to kill Dawson as well. The Angelia Project is a powerful story of technology and trust, risk and redemption. It sweeps the reader across four continents through tense covert operations and frenetic gun battles to a climax that leaves one breathless, awaiting the next Ben Dawson adventure.

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9780991121335
Publisher: Brystol Foundation
Publication date: 07/15/2014
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
Pages: 330
File size: 3 KB

About the Author

Bill Duncan worked in Iraq in 2006 - 2007, and in Afghanistan in 2010 - 2011. His job title was Special Assistant to the Deputy Undersecretary of Defense for Business & Stability Operations. In that role, he worked with the civilian population to get idled workers back to gainful employment at factories and other businesses across Iraq and Afghanistan. At the completion of his work in Iraq, Duncan was honored by Deputy Secretary of Defense Gordon England at a ceremony in the Pentagon's Hall of Heroes. At the conclusion of his work in Afghanistan, Duncan was awarded three medals from the Office of the Secretary of Defense and the US Joint Chiefs of Staff. Details may be reviewed at:

Before and after his work in the Middle East, Duncan has been a member of executive management teams at major corporations such as John Deere, McDonnell Douglas, Boeing, JDS Uniphase, and Emerson. He is the author of several business books and dozens of business related articles. He has earned a Bachelor of Arts degree and a Master's of Business Administration / Technology Management, as well as multiple professional certifications. Duncan currently lives and works in St. Louis, Missouri, and writes fictional novels based largely on his work in the Middle East, and other international experiences.

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