Scott Cottrell’s New Novel “Kwajalein Chaos: All Enemies Foreign and Domestic” is an Engaging Story of Leaders Defending Kwajalein’s High Tech Site and the Constitution

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“Kwajalein Chaos: All Enemies Foreign and Domestic” from Christian Faith Publishing author Scott Cottrell is an interesting novel about Colonel Seth Grayson and a few senior officers at the Pentagon as their adherence to the constitution is tested while they defend it despite conflicting orders from their commander-in-chief.

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“Kwajalein Chaos: All Enemies Foreign and Domestic”: a thrilling account on defending Kwajalein and securing international trade routes in South China Sea even if there is a president who makes decisions that are unconstitutional. “Kwajalein Chaos: All Enemies Foreign and Domestic” is the creation of published author, Scott Cottrell, a retired Army Colonel and former commander of US Army Kwajalein Atoll/Kwajalein Missle Range, now known as the Reagan Test Site.”

Cottrell shares, “Was the constitution still a viable document for running a country? Was it ever? Or had it been polluted beyond cleansing over the years by judicial activism, corrupt lobbyists, executive orders and actions, executive agreements and signing statements? Now there was a good one, signing statements! Over the years, presidents from both parties had taken to issuing signing statements alongside the legislation that they approved, indicating their level of approval or disapproval with selected provisions of the law they just signed into effect, and in some cases, implying their intended non-enforcement. The senate’s constitutional requirement to ‘advise and consent’ on all proposed treaties, or their failure to do so, is also highlighted by the storyline. What good is a document, i.e., the constitution, when it is not followed? He wondered what a domestic enemy of the constitution looked like, and what could be done to thwart him?”

Published by Christian Faith Publishing, Scott Cottrell’s new book is a historically linked work of fiction, inspired by the events that transpired in the Marshall Islands in the central Pacific, the US Army operations there during the World War II, and current-day issues about war and politics.

To further appreciate this engrossing book, a character list with indications of historical figures and endnotes are provided by the author to show readers his references in finishing the story that stresses the importance of holding on to their faith.

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Consumers can purchase “Kwajalein Chaos: All Enemies Foreign and Domestic” at traditional brick & mortar bookstores, or online at, Apple iTunes store, Kobo or Barnes and Noble.

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