(PRWEB) February 6, 2005
A weapons defense satellite program, reminiscent of the SDI program envisioned by the late President Reagan, secretly developed by Professor Luke Curtis is on the verge of being put to the ultimate test when Professor Curtis mysteriously disappears, jeopardizing the entire defense operation. Add to the intrigue is an unpredictable, tougher than nails renegade General and a "a hard-core chick who likes to kick butt" and you have a recipe for one unforgettable high tech adventure."
E.L. Crenshaw has spent over three decades as an Aviation Electronic Technician with two different airlines. He spent four years in the U.S. Marines before embarking on his aviation career. Crenshaw's aviation expertise enables him to weave believable descriptions of satellite and aviation systems into his fiction thrillers.
Deadly Satellites is a must-read for military and history buffs. Couched in between suspenseful moments and thrilling action scenes, readers will enjoy the informative and well-researched information about satellites and aircraft systems.
The first African American to fly in space, Guy Bluford, Ph.D., has this to say: "Deadly Satellites is an exciting book which keeps the reader mesmerized to the very end. It's a must read."
"Deadly Satellites is filled with suspense and drama and it reminds us that high-tech weapons systems, without proper security, in the wrong hands, could be used for the wrong purposes. Deadly Satellites also brings out the tension of the Inter-Service rivalries caused by competing demands," comments Paul Chinen, a retired Brigadier U.S. Army General.
E.L. Crenshaw's new book, Deadly Satellites, is scheduled for release by American Book Publishing on Feb. 5, 2005. For more information, review copies, author photos and/or interviews, please contact: email@example.com.
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