Personal Memoir Captures Harsh Reality of “New Normal” in Western Societies

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Liberty Hill Publishing author shares story of being falsely accused of working in China illegally.

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His story of survival is an essential and eye-opening read for the global community amid communist China’s relentless campaign for global military and political supremacy.

Steven Schaerer’s book, Surviving Chinese Communist Detention ($18.99, paperback, 9781662814884; $34.99, hardcover, 9781662814891; $9.99, ebook, 9781662814907), is available for purchase.

Surviving Chinese Communist Detention is the true story of a successful 27-year-old American entrepreneur, Steven Schaerer. After co-founding a successful business in Beijing, China, Steven was arbitrarily abducted by CCP authorities and falsely accused of illegal employment.

This new memoir captures Steven’s harrowing story of survival under the impossible realities and environment of a black-site Chinese prison compound. His story of survival is an essential and eye-opening read for the global community amid communist China’s relentless campaign for global military and political supremacy.

Steven Schaerer survived communist Chinese incarceration, torture, and deportation. Steven is a first generation American from California’s Bay Area and is the proud bi-racial son of immigrant parents from Switzerland and Mexico. He was the first person in his family to attend university earning a degree in chemistry from Sonoma State University in Northern California. In addition to English, Steven also speaks Mandarin, Spanish, and successfully co-founded a business in Beijing in his mid-20's. Steven is a staunch advocate for and defender of freedom, liberty, the Constitution, free-market capitalism, Human Rights and the American way of life.

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Liberty Hill Publishing, a division of Salem Media Group, is a leader in the print-on-demand, self-publishing industry. Surviving Chinese Communist Detention is available online through amazon.com and barnesandnoble.com.

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