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Conspiracy Thriller by Xaviere Cristeau—First Book in Trilogy

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New author Xaviere Cristeau releases “The Observer Trilogy”. A double edged odyssey of thriller fiction and science fact, “The Observer Trilogy” is a juggernaut tale woven into a striking pattern of parallels as Cristeau builds an atmosphere of escalating tension. Incisive research brings to light the most terrifying questions of the modern world. Why is the Earth being turned into a revolving battle star? What hidden power is driving this hostile agenda?

Book one, Jupiter’s Whistling Kettle, sets the stopwatch in motion. A race with the devil begins. Protagonist, Michael Hart is a Professor of Astro-Quantum theory, teaching at a private high school in Orlando, Florida. Not far from Cape Canaveral. He is the first man to unlock the solar system’s most damning secret. In 1968 he presents a solar radiation thesis to NASA, called DRAFT. Alarm bells ring as his research is met with hostility and suspicion. He finds himself branded an intellectual communist agitator and the focus of an FBI manhunt across the South.

Hart escapes to Mexico, where he is initiated into an ancient shamanic ritual. He attains the paranormal ability to remote-spy on top secret government files. The revelations are explosive. Behind Apollo’s shining facade lies a dark secret. America is being transformed into a space-borne nuclear strike force. What threat could there be, requiring such an antidote, in the cold emptiness of space? What is the US government not telling its citizens? Is there a war of the worlds brewing in the heavens?

Two years later, Michael Hart returns to Florida in a light plane. At the launch of Apollo 13, in April 1970, he risks his life in a bold act of heroism. To warn America’s people of the danger, can one man stop the wheels of the Armageddon?

“The Observer Trilogy” available at http://www.amazon.com/dp/B00QMW6JGY.

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