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WILMINGTON, NC, September 01, 2022 /24-7PressRelease/ -- The best historical fiction books are those that tie into current events. This brings a sense of heart-pounding realism to the table that might be lacking in historical fiction novels that have little or no anchor in current reality. The headlines today, from the recent killing of Al Qaeda Leader Ayman Al-Zawahiri to the brazen attack on Salman Rushdie, dramatically illustrate that terrorism is not going away any time soon – most likely never. Terrorism will have wide-ranging effects on American society both now and in the future. Lenard gives us a glimpse into what has happened and what we can expect to happen.
Terror Strikes is not a book about death, but one about life and living, and of those enemies, both foreign and domestic, that would deprive others of life, liberty, and the pursuit of happiness.
Billed as a book for conservatives, but appropriate for all readers, this extraordinary new book is a stunning achievement, set apart from even the best historical fiction books, as it clearly demonstrates the need for situational awareness and vigilance in a world in which mass shootings and other forms of terrorism have become the norm. Reviewers have called the book "compelling", "historically accurate", "philosophical", "amazingly crafted", and utterly "unique".
This book is intended for all audiences - young, old, male and female, religious and non-religious; political and non-political. Within the context of a chilling work of fiction, it shows us who the terrorists are, what they have done, what they are doing, and why they will never be able to be persuaded to stop.
Joseph M. Lenard shreds the "creative writing process formulaic methodologies" to create a writing style and literature like no other author before. The book has been compared to The Sum of All Fears meets Deep Impact.
Honor. Integrity. Patriotism. -- For some people these are words. For bestselling author Joseph M Lenard, these are the core values that he embodies – every day - deeply ingrained in every facet of his life and work.
It is this set of cherished values he brings to life in this #1 bestselling historical fiction novel.
Bruce Fleury wrote in the foreword of Terror Strikes: "Joe Lenard's book Terror Strikes, although a work of fiction, is especially timely and topical… [He takes] on an international crisis that, if not addressed with more urgency, threatens to condemn our descendants to live in a 7th-Century nightmare from which there may very well be no awakening."
Whether you are a staunch conservative, a prepper, or just have concerns about what is happening in American life and society today, Terror Strikes will answer many of the questions you have regarding terrorism, foreign and domestic, and will make for a remarkable reading experience.
Joseph M. Lenard is available for media interviews and can be reached using the information below, or by email at [email protected]. Terror Strikes is available at online and traditional booksellers. More information is available at his websites at http://josephmlenard.us and at https://terrorstrikes.info.
About Joseph M. Lenard:
Joseph is very politically active in south-east Michigan. He is a MIGOP Delegate, a member of current MICD12GOP and is the webmaster for the MI 12CDRC as well as the Taylor Republican Club, as also a member of the Wayne-12CDRC and is the editor for its newsletter.
Joseph's body of works contain copyrighted and published poetry. Joseph has written and recorded music, in the tradition of the Lenard family legacy; though not entirely in the tradition of his father Thaddeus, who was creator/leader of "The Polka Kings" that often toured throughout northeast United States.
In addition, Joseph has about a dozen copyrighted short-stories including Watchful Eyes (sci-fi), Blue Monday (political thriller), Funhouse of Terror (horror) to his credit, as well as one other novel titled, The Gestapo Kidnap File. Joseph was also winner of CJOM (Windsor Ontario Canada) radio contest in the 1980's with his radio play "The Adventures of Detective Idle" based upon the Billy Idol song, Eyes without a Face, to which it was paired with.
He resides in Michigan.
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