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New Book by Local Author Dr. Rocco Leonard Martino

Villanova, Pennsylvania — As an international authority on finance, planning, space flight, and computer systems, Dr. Rocco Leonard Martino recently published his latest novel, 9-11-11: The Tenth Anniversary Attack. Prompted by recent terrorist instances, Dr. Martino wrote this political thriller to address the need to avoid complacency and to counterattack with Cyber Warfare.

The timeliness of this novel transcends its reference to the upcoming tenth anniversary of 9/11. Dr. Martino reveals, “In my doctoral thesis, I worried about the re-entry of space vehicles. In this novel, I worry about how to defeat the terrorists and their deadly obsession. In this work of fiction, I propose some ideas.” 9/11/11: The Tenth Anniversary Attack triggers an undeniable awareness that calls readers to consider the future and act immediately. It depicts Cyber Warfare against the terrorists.

About the Book
Mark Striker is an extremely successful cyber consultant, avid sailor, and world traveler. Mark is an ordinary, yet dedicated, American citizen who soon finds himself involved in a world of terrorist plots, international finance on a grand scale, and high stakes intrigue jeopardizing his fellow citizens and beloved country.

9/11/11: The Tenth Anniversary Attack is an engrossing political thriller about America under Weapons of Mass Destruction attack.

Have we been lulled into complacency?
Can we uncover their plans in time?
And can they be stopped?

9/11/11 paints a menacing possibility of devastating attacks on the United States. With the plausible series of realistic events that unfold, this novel will make you fearful of what could happen…of what might actually happen.

In an effort to counteract these threats, Mark joins government forces in an attempt to undermine the terrorists with our finest 21st century capabilities: launching a Cyber War to foil the enemy.

Will Mark and his team succeed?
Not only are millions of lives at stake, but the fate of planet Earth as we know it.
Failure is not an option.

9/11: The Tenth Anniversary Attack is available at Amazon.

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