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Steve Vincent Books In Order

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Publication Order of Jack Emery Books

The Foundation (2014)Hardcover  Paperback  Kindle
State of Emergency (2015)Hardcover  Paperback  Kindle
Nations Divided (2015)Hardcover  Paperback  Kindle
Fireplay (2017)Hardcover  Paperback  Kindle
One Minute to Midnight (2019)Hardcover  Paperback  Kindle
Fireplay is a prequel short story in the Jack Emery series.

Publication Order of Mitch Herron Books

The Omega Strain (2017)Hardcover  Paperback  Kindle
The Shadow Enclave (2018)Hardcover  Paperback  Kindle
The Lazarus Protocol (2018)Hardcover  Paperback  Kindle

Publication Order of Standalone Novels

Eyes On You (2019)Hardcover  Paperback  Kindle

Steven Vincent is the renowned author of some of the best top selling contemporary fraud and forgery as well as art and archeological theft novels. His passion for writing is a rare find as evident in his unique, well articulated books that will introduce you to a world of first-class fantasy thrillers. In the quest of meaningful challenge, Steven saw United Flight 175 striking Tower Two and the collapse of World Trade Center. The event made him determined to catalogue America’s new path by becoming a war correspondent and covering the first Iraq war. Steven became a freelancer not held down by any organization and with the ability to report freely. He was inspired by his experiences I writing two of his best debut thrillers In the Red Zone and The Foundation. These novels open your imagination to an unfamiliar world of tight war and high conspiracy. The chillingly realistic scenarios inspired by his real-life experiences in the war are simply incredible. This brief overview summarizes some of Steven Vincent’s best-selling novels, In the Red Zone and The Foundation, including some of the main characters, their roles and significance of the novels.

The Foundation

The US and China are set up to battle after The Foundation for a New America hires a dangerous Taiwanese terrorist to destroy a World Trade Organization conference. A well respected journalist, Jack Emery, finds herself in deep trouble when her ruthless superior discovers that whoever holds the pen controls the world. Michelle Dominique is the foundations director who is determined to take the control at all costs. The complications escalate as the story proceeds to further levels. On the other hand, Ernest McDowell is Jack Emery’s boss as well as the owner and chairman of one of the most dominant media empires in the world. Political plays leave EMCorp the last play in the entire Foundation’s plan. Dominique employs her devious strategies to trap the owner of EMCorp in her web. Jack is left in a predicament on whether to expose the conspiracy and lose his job. World powers battle each other because of the Taiwan issue and Jack puts everything on the line to fight the Foundation. Jack almost loses everything in fighting to stop them from taking control amid the tragedy of a global war. The plot of the novel is a thing of beauty. Steve P Vincent’s debut thriller is incredibly intriguing from the beginning and hold suspense till the end. His well articulated protagonist, Jack Emery, is wise and captivating. Jack is a ruthless and fearless protagonist, who though does not have the built of a military person, will not let a shadowy Foundation and its malicious director get their way. Vincent makes a wise twist by having the protagonist is what one would not expect. Jack is a loyal and human and readers are able to identify with his character. There is brilliant speculation of events as unpredictable scenes emerge and one can just hold their breath and read more. Jack employs his old fashioned investigative journalism in uncovering international politics secrets in an interesting manner. The risk is high, the pace fast and you will be at the end of your seat reading this novel. The use of realistic scenarios to add more intrigue to the story in this tightly plotted conspiracy story is simply incredible. This well crafted thriller will leave you asking for more action packed stories.

In the Red Zone

In the Red Zone is an in-depth account of a journalist’s expeditions in post-Saddam Iraq. Steven Vincent was an eyewitness of the unforgettable 9/11 attacks. Using critical evidence based and interdisciplinary approach to modern warfare, Vincent explores the war from the perspectives of both the victims and the authorities. The book gives the vivid experiences of death and life during the crossfire of the much heated war on terror through the eyes of a journalist. Vincent gives a comprehensive understanding of America’s allies and enemies as are revealed in the fight against radical Islam. Vincent chose to become a freelance journalist who could cover all struggles of humanity without been hindered. He used his money to travel to Iraq and to make matters worse without security just to be able to give a true and first-hand coverage of the war. He spent four mounts in Iraq at the war zone surviving by his own wits. During his stay, Vincent explains his encounters at the Mosque of Ali in Najaf, the confrontation with Ayatollah Sistani’s security, Karbala bombing, run-ins with Iraqi authorities as well as his meeting the assorted Western peace activists. The complications escalate as the story proceeds to further levels. His trip was not easy as the authorities thought he was a terrorist or a CIA agent. Vincent got to experience the war first-hand and get the perspectives from different parties including Iraq authorities, Americans and the victims. To understand the real cause of war one has to listen to the views all parties before coming to a judgment. Vincent documented his encounters with a wide range of people from imams, doctors, cab drivers to housewives and politicos. The intense suspense from expected murder holds a degree of interest making the story even more interesting. One intriguing encounter is with the woman in Barsa whose experiences gave Vincent a clear insight into what Iraqis really think of America, the war and liberation. Vincent explains the anguish of Iraqis as a tormented society who seriously suffered but yet survived the troubling dictatorship of their president, Saddam Hussein. However upon surviving the dictatorship they are now facing death cult because of radical Islam. According to Vincent, the war in Iraq can best be described as war on terror. To fight terror, the government has to be sympathetic yet unsparing with the Iraqi people as well as the Islamic world.

In the Red Zone and The Foundation are first class, action packed original stories thrillers that will definitely in open your imagination. A blend of ancient mysteries, dangerous villains, astonishing secrets, despicable politicians, high tech mercenaries armies, greed for power, and to make the matters more intriguing historic welfare all into one territory build intense moments throughout these brilliant conspiracy novels. Make an informed decision to read In the Red Zone and The Foundation and enjoy the unforgettable experience of your life.

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