Tuesday, December 7, 2010

Read a free sample of our eBook of the Day, the thriller Uncivil Liberties without leaving your browser!

Here's the Set-Up for Gordon Ryan's thriller, Uncivil Liberties:

On inauguration day, 2013, Clay Cumberland assumes the office of President of the United States and is immediately advised that a hijacked commercial airliner is headed for Washington D.C.

He only has two choices: allow the plane to choose its target and potentially kill thousands of people on the ground, or authorize the Air Force to shoot down a civilian airliner and kill 350 innocent people on board.

Marine Corps Colonel Pug Connor faces domestic terrorism on a scale unimagined . . . and some of the terrorists are Americans. As Congress panics, approving unprecedented arrest authority to law enforcement and private security corporations, Americans learn the cost of freedom versus security.

Several western states add to the political troubles when they decide to join with California in the secession movement. The Republic of Western America is about to be born.

From page one, Uncivil Liberties takes the reader on a thrilling ride that involves a domestic terrorism plot, including American terrorists and ends with a nuclear disaster in America. Americans are imprisoned in their own homes by fear, afraid to visit the mall, sporting events, or even to drive the highways.

Uncivil Liberties gives new meaning to the freedoms inherent in our Constitution, thereby creating an America our Founding Fathers would not recognize.

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