James A. Turner’s New Fiction Explores America’s Future

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‘Twenty Thirty-Three’ imagines possible effects of unbridled political corruption, moral destitution.

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Pondering the possible future of America led author James A. Turner to write his newest fiction, “Twenty Thirty-Three” (published by WestBow Press).

In “Twenty Thirty-Three,” Turner imagines a fictional America where decades of corrupt political activity and economic instability have driven the country into turmoil.

The sitting president conspires with international leaders, attempting to unify most of the world as one central nation.

Meanwhile, a Texas governor named Jesse Hall is trying to keep his state from crumbling.

In a surprising twist of events, Jesse becomes the next U.S. president and attempts to salvage what is left of America’s original values.

In talking about his book, Turner says: “In America we’re at a crossroads. We could continue as we’re going toward secular humanism and progressivism, or we could wake up. This book tells this story.”

Twenty Thirty-Three
By James A. Turner
Hardcover | 6 x 9 in | 186 pages | ISBN 9781490824130
Softcover | 6 x 9 in | 186 pages | ISBN 9781490824123
E-Book | 186 pages | ISBN 9781490824116
Available at Amazon and Barnes & Noble

About the Author
James A. Turner remembers an America that was once a great nation, but is deeply saddened by the direction in which he believes America is headed. The inspiration for his book “Twenty Thirty-Three” came from knowing the past and having deep concern for the future. Turner’s love of family, God and America influence his writing. He currently lives with his wife in Benbrook, Texas.

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