William B. Franklin pens new contemporary fiction on a potential dangerous future, ‘Indaba’

A group of unlikely heroes band together to protect their families against the impending ravages of global warming in new book

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“Indaba” takes the fight for survival to an entirely new level as Franklin brings the issue of global warning to the forefront.

GEORGE, South Africa (PRWEB) February 09, 2013

Global warming, overpopulation and the destruction of vast areas of habitat are the three main threats facing the lives of millions,” says William B. Franklin, author of the new book “Indaba” (published by AuthorHouse). In it, he introduces a tenacious group of like-minded people, each with a special talent. Under the leadership of Ben Mills, this special group builds a sustainable fortress to protect their families, using whatever means available for their right to a safe and happy future.

From a settlement nestled in the foothills of the Groot Swartberg (Big Black Mountains), 30 kilometers from the picturesque town of George in South Africa, the story takes the reader to the workings of the Department of Food Procurement in London, where a few ruthless individuals are prepared to go to any lengths to steal food from the efforts of others.

An excerpt from “Indaba”:

“Now, let me come to the sales pitch, which I’m sure many of you are expecting.’ said Ben, taking note of the different expressions. ‘Over a period of three years, I have been collecting information on all present in this room tonight, with one very important goal in sight: you all fit a specific profile. I have chosen you because each of you has a special skill or attribute. But more importantly, you have a caring, attitude towards life. By this I mean you will fight for what you want for your families and will not let anything get in the way.”

“Indaba” takes the fight for survival to an entirely new level as Franklin brings the issue of global warning to the forefront.

“Indaba”
By William B. Franklin
Softcover | 5 x 8 in | 534 pages | ISBN 9781481781121
E-Book | 534 pages | ISBN 9781481781138
Available at Amazon and Barnes & Noble

About the Author
William B. Franklin was born in London in 1940 and grew up during the Blitz. At age 7 his family moved to South Africa, where he spent the majority of his youth travelling. Later, he managed his own business. He returned to England many years later and now resides in Norwich.

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