Author, Jay Inman is pleased to announce his new science fiction novel, Sunigin. This is the first book in the “Circle of Deception” series.
"The modern rise of the Nephilim households mirrors the ancient rise of Sumeria under the Alien masters called the Ananuki. This is as much about people struggling for their nations as it is about people living, loving, and dying in the face of daunting odds."
Sunigin begins in the cold war, against a backdrop of hot and violent secret battlegrounds. Nephilim and their offspring have established powerful secret households in the West and begin the final stages of Sunigin to destroy the United States. Dominated by Nephilim households, Russia infiltrates people and weapons of mass destruction into the US as part of a coordinated attack intended to infiltrate the American Southwest and seize the oil fields of the Middle East. Sampson Savage, Conal Oberon, and Yon Warwick fight these households, often facing daunting odds, tragedy, and triumph. As the age of Ideology whimpers into history with the demise of the Soviet Union, wars of tribes and faiths accelerate the Nephilim plan toward execution. Along the way, they discover a deeper struggle against the plots to destroy the West, as Sunigin moves forward to dominate human civilization.
Although fictional, Sunigin is wrapped in several real time stories about suit case nukes, DNA manipulation in the DARPA Super Soldier project, and the ongoing war that rages along the axis of the Rio Grande... Taken to fictional extremes and twists.
Available in print and e-book versions.
Sunigin: Book 1 of the Circle of Deception
Author: Jay Inman
Publisher: WestBow Press
Published: October 2012
About The Author:
Jay Inman is a retired army lieutenant colonel. He currently owns and runs a consulting company designing enterprise networks and services. Along with his wife of thirty years, he has four great children hurtling through life, college, and the start of their own careers.
For more information, review copies, or interviews please contact the author at:
Author's site: http://www.areulost.org
Sunigin is available for purchase online through the author's website, from the publisher, Amazon.com, BN.com and other online retailers. Bookstores should contact Ingram for wholesale orders.