Deep within the Amne Machin Mountains, near the center of China, the Chinese government has created a massive space research center dedicated to solving China’s greatest problem: too many people and not enough space. Their research leads them to a solution that will decimate the non-Chinese population of the world. Their efforts are discovered and thwarted by American military actions that come, if not a moment too soon, at least not a moment too late.
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About the Author
Sandy Samouce graduated from The United States Military Academy (BS in Military Engineering) and The University of Pennsylvania (MA in English). In his first career he was a professional military officer with assignments in Germany, Vietnam, Hawaii, the Pentagon and numerous other places in the United States. In his second career he marketed Bell Helicopters to foreign governments on six continents. During this time he was posted to Singapore for several years. He now resides with his wife, Judy, in Lakeway, Texas. Their children and their families live in Austin, Texas; Naples, Florida; and San Antonio, Texas.