"Divided We Stand" a new novel by Howard Steinberg, now in paperback on Amazon.
Dec. 12, 2012
-- Remember Point, a publishing company based in Santa Monica, California, just released in paperback and eBook formats, the new novel, “Divided We Stand” by former corporate president, Howard Steinberg. It's now available at Amazon and Kindle at: http://www.amazon.com/
This controversial and fascinating political thriller takes us into the near future, where heightened political contentiousness and fierce loyalties, based on irreconcilable political differences and an array of allegiances, have shattered the United States into five sovereign nations. Liberals and conservatives clash, as separatist factions force their own agendas to the forefront.
In “Divided We Stand,” Marcel Crisp, the unlikely multiracial hero and a renowned journalist, fired for his persistent anti-partition beliefs, secretly works with other patriots to reunite the United States before nuclear annihilation threatened from abroad destroys them all.
Author Howard Steinberg served as President of the U.S. Borax Research Corporation and upon retirement chose to pursue his passion as a writer. His expertise in military defense work and his in-depth knowledge of ballistic missiles brings credibility to his book’s explosive tale of a nation shattered by greed and special interest groups.
Media blogger, Toby Herman comments, "Political power plays, international intrigue, and sexual liaisons that catapult into murder are all tightly plotted in this heart-pounding thriller.:
Howard Steinberg, now residing in San Clemente, California, was educated at the University of Illinois and UCLA and was awarded an Atomic Energy Commission Postdoctoral Fellowship at MIT.
More books are available by Remember Point, including the powerful World War Two collective memoir "Children of Dust and Heaven: A Diary from Nazi Occupation through the Holocaust" by Stefania Heilbrunn and "Christmas Cowboys, Mistletoe Diner and Other Short Stories: A Collection of New Fiction for the Holidays." Upcoming Remember Point releases include a non-fiction book about Albert Einstein and his first wife, Mileva Maric.