Saanichton, BC (PRWEB) July 26, 2011
One should keep his friends close, his enemies closer. But how can one do so when he is dealing with an enemy that is nameless, faceless, and whose whereabouts are unknown? Readers can follow a thrilling race against time as people fight for Power and Control in a gripping new novel by Ralph Leaton White.
Nations were warned, but they didn’t listen. After the Christmas day devastation that rocked the world, everything changed. Now a group calling themselves the earth cleansers poses a deadly new challenge to eight nations: Germany, Russia, China, America, Israel, Japan, France, and England. Should the nation win, it will be granted the chance to repopulate the globe with their people and given the tools to regenerate Mother Earth. However, they must submit to the earth cleansers’ rule without question. Anything less than total obedience will result in death—painful, agonizing, and excruciating slow death. Lose and the nation will be totally annihilated with an endemic leaving the country barren and devoid of life.
Each nation must choose two members—a man and a woman—who will represent them in the quest for survival. The rules for the competition are simple. There are none. They must follow the clues on the map to arrive at their destination and the first team to arrive will be the victors. However, all is not as it seems and dangerous surprises are in store for the players—ones that could cost them their life. Who will win in this dangerous struggle for Power and Control? Readers can find out as they browse through the pages of this thrillingly suspenseful read.
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Power and Control * by Ralph Leaton White
Publication Date: July 20, 2011
Trade Paperback; $23.99; 404 pages; 978-1-4628-6217-7
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