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The Second Republic - Excerpt Flying Dead!

The Second Republic - Excerpt Flying Dead!

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This Fisher Harrison saga, The Second Republic, is an action thriller that could appear on any of today’s headlines, on any given day with a plausible scenario for the death of humankind that is too frighteningly conceivable for comfort.
You’re the President of the United States and your nation is confronted with a virus that kills upon contact and you have information that the terrorists are holed up in an apartment in Downtown Los Angeles. Your Intel says it’s real. Your human advisors are split on whether to strike or to wait. You have to make a decision and it has to be now. Read this excerpt from The Second Republic Patriot Acts Part II. It will give you a glimpse of what the Commander in Chief must do to save his nation.
This Fisher Harrison saga, The Second Republic, is an action thriller that could appear on any of today’s headlines, on any given day with a plausible scenario for the death of humankind that is too frighteningly conceivable for comfort.
You’re the President of the United States and your nation is confronted with a virus that kills upon contact and you have information that the terrorists are holed up in an apartment in Downtown Los Angeles. Your Intel says it’s real. Your human advisors are split on whether to strike or to wait. You have to make a decision and it has to be now. Read this excerpt from The Second Republic Patriot Acts Part II. It will give you a glimpse of what the Commander in Chief must do to save his nation.

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Published by: Steven Clark Bradley Novelist on Sep 22, 2012
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The Second RepublicPatriot Acts Part II
 
bySteven Clark Bradley
 
What would America do if we were faced with a horrendousterrorist attack that no amount of security could stop?
In “The Second Republic – 
 
Patriot Acts Part II,” the
President of the United States is confronted with a radicalunderground secret cabal that has targeted America with adomestic bio-terror attack that dwarfs the assault unleashedon September 11, 2001.This second book in the Patriot Acts trilogy takes the reader inside theWhite House where treachery and terrorism boils below itsunderbelly. While trying to avoid invoking emergency powers thatcould destroy American constitutional freedoms, a former Special Ops
 
officer, now the President of the United States, races to stop a deadlyvirus, which has killed thousands of innocent Americans.
 
This Fisher Harrison saga, The Second Republic, is an action thriller
that could appear on any of today’s headlines
, on any given day with aplausible scenario for the death of humankind that is too frighteninglyconceivable for comfort.
 
You’re the President of the United States and your nation is
confronted with a virus that kills upon contact and you haveinformation that the terrorists are holed up in an apartment in
Downtown Los Angeles. Your Intel says it’s real. Your human
advisors are split on whether to strike or to wait. You have to make adecision and it has to be now. Read this excerpt from The SecondRepublic Patriot Acts Part II. It will give you a glimpse of what theCommander in Chief must do to save his nation.
 
Watch the Patriot Acts Trailer
The Second Republic: Print & E-Book versionsAvailable at:
 
Excerpt From
 
The Second Republic
 
by Steven Clark Bradley
 
Flying Dead
Somewhere over MinnesotaMarch 6, 2011, 12:58 p.m.
 
“We want to thank you for choosing AmericanAirlines. We’ve reached ou
r cruising altitude of thirty-
five thousand feet, and we’ve got an hour and
twenty more minutes of flight time. I have turned off the seatbelt sign, but try to stay buckled up when
seated. Thank you.”
 
For Fred Lockridge, an unbuckled seatbelt was the least of hisworries. Earlier in the morning, he had not thought a thing about thatdead pig that Elmer Risner had dragged into the feed store. To him, itwas another dumb hillbilly showing his stupidity. He had forgottenthat he was one of them hillbillies, himself. So, he got out of there andheaded home quickly because he had a plane to catch.
 
Fred had found a deal of a lifetime. Some old farmer in southernSouth Dakota announced his retirement and hadhis cows for sell cheap. Fred had his ticket, hischeck book, and hopes as big as the sky that heflew in at four hundred nautical miles an hour.That was then, this was now.
 
He squirmed in his seat when changesbegan to take place over most of his body. Maybeit was all that walking and climbing steps that

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