New York (PRWEB) December 16, 2013
Nothing entices men more than the allure of power and influence, the means to destroy and dominate and prove to all that they are superior above everyone else. Author Fred Lipschitz, Ph.D. weaves a stunning tale laced with danger, intrigue and fast-paced action in his new publication, Suddenly.
David Lipton was horrified at seeing his Father and entire family suddenly incinerated in an unexplained car explosion on the Long Island Expressway, and a posthumous package from his Father, containing part of the details of the weapon not only confirms that murder had occurred, but that now the shadow of the weapon has changed his life. Along with Sandra Green, he find himself on the run from numerous influential people, from Colonel Adam Jacoby, Director of DARPA, the United States Defense Advanced Research Projects Administration, to Carl Melanson, Director of The Guardians, dedicated rivals of weapon construction.
He and Sandra race to Shoreham, Long Island, where an eccentric scientist, the inventor of Alternating Current, Nicola Tesla, was reported to have hidden plans for a ‘Death Beam.’ Fear of being kidnapped by Jacoby, wondering whether to destroy the plans for the weapon if they find them, or to preserve them as a gift of free energy to civilization, strains their commitment to the search. The uncertainty of who is a friend, and who is to be mistrusted among the strangers offering help, strengthens their need for each other, soon tested in the development of events they could never have anticipated.
Truly engrossing, Suddenly follows the dangerous escapades of David and Sandra, torn between their desire for a simple life, love, and family, and the need to fight inhuman destructiveness. Readers will catch their breath and will surely ask for more as they leaf through this page-turner.
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About the Author
Fred Lipchitz, Ph.D. is a Psychoanalyst, co-founder of one of the largest treatment and training institutes in New
York City, who shares his time between his practice, his curiosity about how things work, and how to fix them. His early interest in Physics led him to minor in this subject, while also majoring in Psychology, and led to the peculiar experience of being caught between the exact nature of the Physical Sciences, and the more general, un-mathematical nature of human relations. This division of interests between the exact and the human side of things is what has led to his writing his novel Suddenly.
Suddenly* by Fred Lipschitz, Ph.D.
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