Disconnecting the Dots Picked Up by Barnes & Noble

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TrineDay book's, Disconnecting the Dots, How CIA and FBI Officials Helped Enable 9/11 and Evaded Government Investigations has shipped a large order to Barnes & Noble.

TrineDay is pleased to announce that they have delivered to Barnes & Noble a very strong order for Disconnecting the Dots, How CIA and FBI Officials Helped Enable 9/11 and Evaded Government Investigations.

Publisher Kris Millegan, “It shows that people are questioning the official story of the events of September 11, 2001. Which is healthy for our republic.”

Disconnecting the Dots by Kevin Fenton takes small group government officials to task, showing what appears to be deliberate blockage of vital information, which if known could have stopped the 9/11 terrorist event operation in its track. From multiple official and investigative sources Fenton puts together a comprehensive look at events leading up to the attack.

Publisher Millegan says, “The book has created quite a stir on Amazon, because a reviewer panned the book without even reading, saying the book didn’t go far enough. The negative review generated a slew of positive responses, sales and interest in the title. The book was recently acquired by Alchimia Edizioni for an Italian release next year, and there is talk of a Spanish edition also.”

Millegan also states, “Kevin’s book is very sober, and examines events through multiple viewpoints. The book narrowly focuses on a few government officials who had verified intelligence about two of the ‘high-jackers,’ but then kept that information away from critical US investigative bodies, which could have intervened in the 9/11 plot. It’s a damning tale.”

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