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New Thriller Pursues Identity Of Sleeper Cell ON Off-shore Book Selling Sites
Henderson, Nevada, February 18, 2010, italic;font-weight:bold;language:EN;mso-ansi-language:EN""> Sleeper Cell, a novel of adventure, conspiracy, foreign intrigue, deal making, financial strategies, and the issue du jour...terrorism is now available for sale on offshore book selling sites. With a sense of Orwellian techno-surreality, the story unfolds crosses the boundries between fiction and reality, merging our post 9/11 world with that of a terrifying, apocalyptic future. Within its pages, Sleeper Cell references the devastation left by Hurrican Katrina and the suspect reconstruction of New Orleans into a solar powered city, desalination planning and waste reclamation: almost in the same breath as gaming and futuristic financial uncertainties. Jonathan Skyler’s position on Wall Street brings into play a host of scenarios involving global finance, its players, and the deals that take Jonathan and Ben Ali across the globe from militarized Bagdad, to Paris, to Dubai, to Rome, to New York and New Orleans. Fast paced and well-crafted, Sleeper Cell keeps the readers on edge with its combination of action, adventure and worldwide conspiracy. The book is currently being offered internationally on sites in the United States, United Kingdom, France, Canada. Germany, India, Liberia, Australia, Spain, New Zealand, Ireland, Italy, Bulgaria, Finland, Hong Kong, Copenhagen, the Netherlands, Japan and Portugal.
The author, Ralph L. McNeal, Sr. has spent most of his professional life in the venture capital industry. He has authored a novel that brings into play global financial considerations and futuristic financial uncertainties. Ralph has been employed in a financial and management capacity in both the public and private sectors and lectures widely on subjects of entrepreneurship, venture capitalism, and financial planning.. He is a graduate of Central State University, Wilberforce, Ohio. Sleeper Cell, his first published book, is soon to be followed by its sequel, “The Venture Capitalist.” He currently resides in Henderson, NV., with his wife Shirley.