The Shadow Government is a spell-binding novel
depicting a very true-to-life picture of what the future
may hold as the world moves into the 21st Century.
When Norm Shepard, a former Marine, is found shot
in the back only minutes away from the nation’s
capital, this sets into motion an investigation that
reveals a chilling discovery. The terrorists are
already here—not only in Washington, D.C. but
throughout the U.S., the plan is set, and the
biological agent is on its way.

Emergency meetings are called, but it becomes clear
that the U.S. is totally unprepared for a crisis of this
magnitude. As the enormity of the threat and its
ramifications set in, President Robert Hardy assigns
Ross Chambers, an intelligence officer, another
mission—the closest guarded secret in Washington—
the Bluelight Project.

The President, without the knowledge or consent of
Congress, has been secretly funding the
construction of underground protective relocation
facilities. Ross is racing against the clock and the
very future of the country is at stake. Either the
terrorists are apprehended before they can strike or
the Bluelight Project must be fully operational before
they do—or there may no longer be a United States
of America.
Bradley’s Ghost is a compelling story of one man’s
quest to track down those responsible for attempting
to alter or destroy the fabric of the American culture.

When FBI Agent Bill Bradley is assigned to
investigate the crash of North Central Flight 321 on
the Sioux Indian Reservation in South Dakota, he is
confronted with the irrefutable fact that eighty-seven
passengers on board have disappeared. And if it is
to be believed, they disappeared one by one in a
bluish flash of flames.

These events lead Bradley through a maze of deceit
at the highest levels of our government, a biological
attack on our citizens, and a desperate endeavor to
find those responsible. And only Bradley’s ghost can
provide the answers.
Standing inside the underground cavern, John
Newman marvels at the awesome sight–the largest and
most-sophisticated emergency operation facility in the
country. This resource would enhance the ability of the
government to continue to operate if a major crisis
should occur. The project would shortly be complete
and the United States’ Continuity of Government
programs and federal staffs would soon occupy the
facility. His role as the architect was almost finished.

President Wilcox’s covert visit to the site and an act of
nature suddenly changes Newman’s role from architect
to rescuer and protector. The president no longer has
the ability to protect against nor expose an imminent
threat to the United States that only he suspects.
Outside forces, determine that the president will not
survive, plan to throw the nation into chaos. Newman is
just as determined that it will not happen on his watch.
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