New Fiction Reveals the Inner Workings of Terrorism

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Author Kent Hammond’s tale shares that terrorism is bred by multinational corporations

After the 9/11 tragedy, former United States President George W. Bush waged a campaign against al-Qaeda with the purpose of eliminating them. According to an article written in The Independent, Bush’s “War on Terror” has unknowingly bred more contempt and made terrorism a thriving business. In his new book, Terrorist Inc., author Kent Hammond tells a tale of the dangers and enemies who profit by keeping war, social unrest, and terrorism alive.

This book follows multinational corporations who control energy, medicine, communications, weapons, and finance industries that, out of greed, sell out to terrorists who are now on the avenging radar. The story introduces Hamilton Kent Jr., also known as Sook, and his teams of daring avengers who are comprised of several generations from America and Asia.

The team starts off avenging Sook’s father who was murdered by an American defense contractor with the complicit blind eye of career US government officials. Over time, Sook brings rancorous retribution to other evildoers while wreaking havoc on global terrorists.

As readers follow Terrorist Inc., they will understand why the rich and powerful mostly get away with murder and why the government allows it. Many will discover nothing is easy; and waiting on retirement, supporting terrorists, or betraying the trust of one’s country may be painful, if not fatal.

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About the Author
The author is a Vietnam era veteran who has lived, conducted, and managed business interests around the globe for defense and IT companies. Earlier in his career, he instructed business and communications in the Community College System. He appeared on CNBC Asia (Delhi) as an international business expert in 2004.
Hammond was in India when terrorists attacked the Indian parliament and in Thailand as the terrorists attacked the south and later when the tsunami came ashore. He and his wife, Suvapee, have been married for nearly forty years. They have three grown children (Dennis, Tiffany, and Pamela) and three grandsons (Michael, Gavin, and Devan). He, his wife, children, and extended family and his friends in the US, India, and Thailand encouraged him to write this fictional novel capitalizing on his life experiences.

Terrorist Inc. * by Kent Hammond
A Multinational Corporation (MNC)
Publication Date: July 7, 2011
Trade Paperback; $23.99; 408 pages; 978-1-4628-7902-1
Trade Hardback; $34.99; 408 pages; 978-1-4628-7903-8
eBook; $9.99; 978-1-4628-7904-5

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