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Drone Games ~ Review

Drone Games
By Joel Narlock

Georgia Tech Professor Michael Robertson has just created the perfect tool for Mars exploration.  But someone has other plans for his creation - plans that will cripple America.

As planes are brought down and lives are lost Tom Ross - NTSB acting division chief of Aviation Engineering, Jack Riley - Director of Homeland Counterterrorism, and Neela Griffin - reporter with WITI Fox 6 out of Milwaukee have to pool their skills to stop the terrorists.  But can they find anything that will give them the break they need?  And until the terrorists can be identified and there mode of attack determined there way be no way to stop them.

If you like intense terror themed fiction you will like Drone Games.  The first few chapters are on the scientific side but don't let this scare you away from the meat of the story.  America is under attack and she may not survive.

The clock is ticking towards economic collapse like we've never seen.  Be afraid, very afraid...

The book opens with the following statement from Albert Einstein ~ It has become appalling obvious that our technology has exceeded our humanity.  Read Drone Games and decide for yourself.

I was provided a Digital ARC of this book in exchange for my honest review and participation in this tour.

About the book:

It’s domestic terrorism as you’ve never seen it before. An al-Qaeda cell uses cutting-edge drone technology to circumvent post-9/11 airport security measures. Within eight hours, two planes crash. The President faces an unthinkable decision: ground all planes—and the economy—or keep flying and risk more deaths. Based on real-life technology, Drone Games is a fascinating fictional account of terrorism’s future.

About the author:

Joel Narlock was born in La Crosse, WI and grew up hunting, fishing and raising a beautiful family. He’s experienced in corporate finance and small business management. He plays guitar and has performed in various local venues. He wrote his first novel about unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs) in 2003. He and his wife, Terri have two wonderful adult children and two wonderful grandchildren. He lives in Key West and took first place in Key West’s 2013 Mystery Fest Short Story Contest. He and his wife are active members of the Key West Sunrise Rotary Club. He enjoys an annual Canadian fishing trip with family and friends.