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Reynold Jay has released a political thriller novel "Forty Days to Armageddon." at Amazon .com. in a Kindle format.  He is the author of "Born To Be Rich" and "How to Think Small for Big profits." written in 1985.

"This is my first published novel and I'm really excited about it and I'm hoping a few people will read it and meet with me in my home town as well as on the internet. Writing is a solitary experience and I'm looking forward to seeing first hand reaction from others." He says that other novels are in the works and it is possible that they will be released this year. Interested readers may go to http://hubpages.com/profile/Reynold+Jay  to view  a profile page where readers can find articles and offer comments. Links to the Amazon book are there so that they can make a purchase.   

 He says that the "Watchdogg” novel is time sensitive. Much of the story focuses on current events  and the impact of the story would be lost since much of it has already transpired. The opening pages of the book have Iran running its first atomic weapons test and then the book focuses upon the events of the following six weeks. He explains, "Once Iran runs its test, the impact of this book will be much different. I wrote it about a year ago and many of the fictional events I describe have, in fact, already happened."

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Bio: RJ is retired special ed. school teacher and ready to become creative. Several business books were written in the eighties, How to Think Small Business for Big Profits and Born to Be Rich non-fiction titles; owned a string of retail shops. He was editor of school newspaper, released a record album in 1987. Currently proprietor of  New American Publishing, retail sales.

Credentials: Winner of HubNugget Award: Best New Writer.

Who are the readers? : Anyone who reads international thrillers would enjoy this. This project encompasses sites in Egypt, America, and Africa with characters of all colors and faiths. Readers of Joel C. Rosenburg’s Dead Heat  and David Baldacci’s The Whole Truth would enjoy this. Stories are always big concepts in which presidents, kings, and world leaders are eventually brought into the action. 

The Future: Launch a five  part series this spring, "Seeds From Heaven", a five part series  based upon the Lancaster family that inspires new directions for mankind.

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Anyone who wishes to review the novel should contact Reynold Jay and a copy can be forwarded in email or hard copy.

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Forty Days to Armgeddon

 Synopsis 

      

 A half-billion would die before it was over.

      Some said that Admiral Mustafa Mahdi was the most ruthless man in history, others said a savior. He was a man who understood raw power and all its trappings.     

       His crew of B-Wasy Somali Marines is reputed to be the most powerful, most sophisticated, ruthless pirates the world could ever imagine. Armed with stealth technology they are the new generation—a generation of pirates with an ancestry of thieving that stretched beyond anyone’s memory.

      The day the Iranians set off a forty megaton nuke marked the beginning of a new world order. The Russians covertly assist the Admiral who sets a plan in motion disrupting the world’s oil supply that will ultimately alter the course of history.

      The Western World is panic stricken with the thought that Iran threatens first Israel, then the entire world with nuclear destruction. The Iranian president continues his ranting at the UN that Allah has willed the destruction of the evil Zionists.

       Old hostilities are tossed aside and new alliances are formed in smoke filled backrooms of the UN, the Kremlin and the White House. Third world nations, particularly Somalia, suddenly become strategically important and the super powers struggle to sort it all out and battle for position. The stakes could not be higher. 

        Houston Robinson, better known as Watchdogg, an unofficial Cabinet advisor to the president, sets out to discover the truth to all the crises that suddenly appear out of nowhere. Tourists are mysteriously kidnapped off the streets of Europe and surface in the largest supertanker hijacking in history. The USS George H.W. Bush is a target of an Iranian airbus attack in the Indian Ocean. Pandemonium in the oil futures markets sends oil prices to dizzying heights in a Venezuela Chinese oil coup. The entire planet it seems is being turned upside down when the Admiral seizes the world’s oil supply. Economies crumble at a dizzying pace while others flourish depending upon their role in the new order.   

      Watchdogg finds himself in backroom politics with the Amir Harazi the Prime Minister of Israel who has plans of his own to bring a stop to the Iranian missiles that threaten to destroy his country in another Holocaust. 

       You will be taken into the cockpits of Super Hornets and Lightning II’s with the men and women who carry out the orders of world leaders. You’ll witness the agonizing decisions of generals and commanders who place their careers on the line carrying out the orders of presidents and prime ministers. Inevitably Watchdogg runs head to head with the Admiral. Millions of lives hang in the balance as the world threatens to self destruct from greed and power.  

      This story is taken from tomorrow’s headlines. It’s a frightening tale that will scare you with its chilling back room deals and double-crosses. Who is friend? Who is foe?

      It’s a good thing Watchdogg is here to figure it all out and see that the Admiral’s plan to hijack the world’s oil is waylaid. Should he do it? Can he do it? Let’s hope so. 

 

 Reader’s comments:

Jim Rhyne 

This note is from a reader of political thrillers. Jim reads 100 books a year He is one of the most respected reviewers at Amazon.com.

Reynold,

   I have finished the novel. I would compare this with any of Tom Clancy novels.  Also it is as thrilling as something that David Baldacci, Robert Ludlum, Joel Rosenberg, Clive Cussler and Raymond Khoury would write.  If you were to read the three books by Tim LeHaye’s Babylon Rising series, you would see how much similarity there is between his series and your book. I think this could be a best seller if you can get the publicity for it. It is a real page turner, very easy to follow; even though there are quite a few names I can’t imagine how to pronounce. I liked the ending; it is much stronger than a John Grisham book. I am more than happy to help you, but I think you got this one spot on.

Thanks, 

Jim Rhyne

jimrhyne@triad.rr.com 

Jim provides a short summery:

    "Forty Days to Armageddon" is an action packed look into the possibility of another country becoming the dominant superpower, leaving the US in a fight for its existence.  This work is a real page turner, with a Tom Clancy style using multiple plots all leading to the climax, Reynold Jay is on target with what is happening around the world and the impact it could have on the USA. A great thought provoking work as to how well the USA is protected.

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