Told in first person point of view, Brian Atwood, our main character, works for the FBI in Omaha. His work involves searching for possible terrorist plots, and then he is recruited to become personal bodyguard for the President of the United States after stopping a potential terror plot to a U.S. Air Base. His faith as a Christian is tested daily working for a President with no morals, along with having a wife who is dying of cancer, and a son who was taken away by the Health Administration when it's found out the boy has Down's Syndrome. We follow the family to the End Times as the U.S. begins to fall apart around them.
Times of Trouble talks about a future in which the EPA, TSA, and the Health Administration have more power than they should, so the United States government has turned into a tyranny in the near future. No one can go where they please, farmers are being kicked off of their land, and children born with any defects at all are disposed of because they would be a burden to the government.
What readers are saying:
"Great end-time story. Fast paced and prophetic" - LaTawnia Kintz, Book reviewer
"A very interesting & entertaining book." - Amazon Customer Review
"A thought provoking read!" - Amazon Customer Review
Hardcover publisher: Lulu.com
Contact Cliff at www.cliffball.net or firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
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Cliff Ball is the author of six published novels, has a BA in English, and is pursuing a Technical Writing Certificate from the University of North Texas.