9/11: Official Complicity ...Connecting the Dots

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AuthorHouse, Dec 15, 2008 - Fiction - 372 pages
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9/11: Official Complicity is written to call attention to the inconsistencies of the American government's response to 9/11, blending a mix of fact and fiction in the story of one man's journey into the heart of the controversy over the attacks in America on Sept. 11, 2001.

When 58 year old Alex Monroe visits the site of his wife's death, on the anniversary of the terrorist bombing of a London subway on July 7th 2005, he is drawn immediately to a few American tourists who also lost those close to them during 9/11. He promises to visit Ground Zero and pay his respects. What Alex doesn't know is that he will become entangled in a mess of lies, government conspiracy and in possession of incriminating documents that could prove the United States government's involvement in 9/11, all the while being chased by one determined government secret agent; Nash.

The author peppers the novel with citations from reputable newspapers and media outlets, giving the reader a survey of how there were indications of the attacks well before the events actually occurred.

A work of thrilling fiction, 9/11: Official Complicity poses a hypothetical world of government involvement in terrorist action that seems frighteningly possible.

Was there a 'cover-up' by the United States Government . . . ?

. . . You can be the judge of that.

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Contents

Chapter One
1
Chapter Two
9
Chapter Three
25
Chapter Four
33
Chapter Five
49
Chapter Six
67
Chapter Seven
109
Chapter Eight
121
Chapter Sixteen
237
Chapter Seventeen
245
Chapter Eighteen
257
Chapter Nineteen
273
Chapter Twenty
279
Chapter Twentyone
291
Chapter Twentytwo
297
Chapter Twentythree
315

Chapter Nine
129
Chapter Ten
153
Chapter Eleven
175
Chapter Twelve
191
Chapter Thirteen
201
Chapter Fourteen
213
Chapter Fifteen
229
Chapter Twentyfour
323
Chapter Twentyfive
339
Chapter Twentysix
349
Acknowledgements
353
Back Cover
357
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