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If You Could Expose The World's Most Evil Truth, Would You?

From Miles A. Maxwell, a new master of contemporary political intrigue, arrives the third installment of this epic tale, Finding Reason, a worrisome vision of the near future, unparalleled in scope and depth, drama and human value. One of the greatest stories ever told continues . . .

Who is destroying these cities and for what purpose?
Supposed enemies conspire to change the world as never before. Two U.S. cities are filled with death and ruin. Are more on the way? The most evil monster of all time, killer of millions, died. Minister Franklin Reveal killed this man who killed his sister, didn't he? But the giant's body, and his ambulance, have gone missing and Franklin and his brother Everon have been attacked with deadly force.

Citing irrefutable evidence for Pakistan as the major power behind these nuclear attacks, the United States sends one of it’s own nuclear warheads. As the missile descends, contradicting evidence arrives. A group of white separatists may actually be behind the attacks and planning another. In the midst of millions of Pindis preparing for imminent death, rises a modern messiah, apparently to unite and protect the helpless. Empowered by mysterious golden plates –– offering the holiest of rediscovered prophesy –– leaders of the world’s diverse religions, thought dead, return to stand alongside this newfound savior.

The Secret Is Revealed!
With the world at risk, against a group of deadly assassins, manipulators, poisoners, bombers, spies and kidnappers, driven by the love of his sister, one brother -- with the help of four uniquely powerful women: a media producer, a chemist, a mining industrialist, and a professional investigator -- finds a unique method to enlist the help of thousands of talented people to expose the truth.

GENRE
Mysteries & Thrillers
RELEASED
2019
November 17
LANGUAGE
EN
English
LENGTH
778
Pages
PUBLISHER
Miles A. Maxwell
SELLER
Smashwords, Inc.
SIZE
3.2
MB

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