A Cry for a Hero
Super Annotation: After playing dead to survive a terrifying encounter high in the Rocky Mountains, 29 year old Jack Ramsey finds himself as a ghostly, disembodied spirit. Test-flighting his new powers, he stumbles upon a terrorist's plot to destroy Boston, the Cradle of Democracy. Jack ignores the odds and answers the call by transforming into the Superman-like hero "Ram," then uses his powers to fight the terrorists. Fiction's first "out-of-body superhero vs. terrorists" novel, written before 9/11 (also the author's birthday) 2nd Edition Charles River Press. Paper. 389 pages. 5-1/2" X 8-1/2" June '06 ISBN 0975491350. $12.95
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