Back to Ground Zero

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Strategic Book Publishing & Rights Agency, 2011 - Fiction - 374 pages
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Back to Ground Zero is a science fiction novel about the life and adventures of Antonio Corelli. After a devastating auto accident, he was left in a state of depression. The accident, which took the life of his beloved wife of 50 years, destroyed his present world like an atomic bomb. He referred to the place of the accident as Ground Zero. His life as Antonio Corelli ended when fate brought him to the doorstep of Dr. Roger Westfield, who connected Antonio's brain to the super high-tech computer that the doctor developed. With the high intellectual power that resulted, they were able to transform Antonio into a young man with capabilities beyond normal men. Using these powers, he experienced strange and exciting adventures. His story comes to an unusual and surprising conclusion when he returns to the place it all started: Ground Zero.
 

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Contents

Unexpected Turn of Events
1
Search For A Purpose
13
All Objectives Met
30
Major Success
53
Double Disaster
71
A New Beginning
95
Retribution
114
Search For Ellie
140
A New Life
210
Building A Reputation
232
More Adventures
250
Success At Last
263
The Trial
284
A New Romance
303
Love Was In The Air
324
Back To Ground Zero
345

Home Sweet Home
166
Alone Again
186

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About the author (2011)

Back to Ground Zero is Angelo Thomas Crapanzano's fourth novel. He is also the author of A Different Time, A Different Earth; Terror in Black and White; and Notorious Casolini. He graduated from Cleveland State University as an electronic engineer and worked forty-two years on electronic systems for missiles and advanced aircraft. When he retired, he was manager of the Electronic Research and Development Department of an aerospace corporation. To learn more about the author and his other novels, visit ATCnovels.com.

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