IMAGINE – the Satisfaction of Holding YOUR Published Book in YOUR Hands…
Tim O’Dowd at Book Launch
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Books of the Month
To enable our readers, authors and visitors to know what books we have available, we decided to bring them out and show you. This month we are featuring our self-help and spiritual books. Some are autobiographies, others may be able to help you along your way with your life, and one or two to entertain you with spiritual elements to the story.
Our authors enjoyed writing their books, and hope that you will enjoy reading them just as much. All books are linked to their book page for you to explore and find out more…
All books are available to buy online as Paperback or eBook from a variety of bookstores worldwide. If you have any questions or queries, please contact us.
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They Can Run the World but They Can’t Hide
Author: Tom Clark
Tom’s new book, The Fossilarchy, is everything that is going on in the oil industry in 2022. Its fast paced, full of action, tells it as it is and will keep you on the edge of your seat from beginning to end.
The world faces climate meltdown after decades of denial and inaction driven by the fossil fuel industry. Wealthy Swiss businessman Wolfgang Dreiser decides that the only chance to avoid climate catastrophe is to sabotage the global industry and break its power. He has always wanted to do good, but is it right to break the law to prevent a greater harm? A key target is Australia, a leading producer and climate laggard. Alex Burns, ex SAS, is hired to lead the Australian mission to take out coal ports in the east and gas plants in the west. The mission uses a research vessel as deception in an Odyssey-like voyage around the Australian coast. How can the objectives be achieved while he protects his team and the global project from detection?
Separately, the son of Sean Mallon is killed by police at a climate protest in Brisbane. Distraught and angry, Mallon, ex-IRA, plots revenge on the coal industry, major culprits in Australia’s climate inaction which led to the protest.
Can he do it without hurting anyone and without being caught?
At the eleventh hour, a sandstorm erupts in Saudi Arabia, crucial to the global attack which faces postponement. Should Burns press on with his mission or delay?