Author of the week – Warren Bell

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Warren Bell

Warren Bell is an award-winning Indie Author who served almost 29 years as an officer in the U.S. Navy. His debut novel, Fall Eagle One, was selected as a Semifinalist in Kindle Book Review’s Best Indie Books of 2012. The Indie Bookstore later named Fall Eagle One the Best Indie Action/Adventure Novel of the Year.

Warren’s second novel, Hold Back The Sun, appeared on the Amazon Kindle Historical Fiction/Asia Bestseller list soon after publication in 2013 and has consistently remained there. His third novel, Asphalt and Blood, was published late in 2014. An action/adventure about Seabees in Vietnam, Asphalt and Blood received a Pinnacle Book Excellence Award from the National Association of Book Entrepreneurs. His fourth novel.

Snowflakes in July: A Novel of U.S. Domestic Terrorism by [Bell, Warren]

Snowflakes in July: A Novel of U.S. Domestic Terrorism

Domestic terrorists have a highly placed mole in the Pentagon!
Following his tips, the New Left terrorists make massive weapons thefts, assassinate moderate leaders, and explode bombs in the Pentagon, Capitol Hill, and police stations. When the mole relays weaknesses in the storage of Navy nuclear weapons, the terrorists prepare a commando raid to steal warheads.

In the Pentagon, POW hero Captain Mike Duquesne becomes suspicious of the mole and enlists Leslie Thomas, a Navy staff lawyer, in his investigation. The terrorists target her for blackmail for a youthful indiscretion. Can Mike thwart a nuclear theft?

https://www.amazon.com/Snowflakes-July-Novel-Domestic-Terrorism-ebook/dp/B014610OTA

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