The Freeman

The Freeman

by Sharon Ahern, Jerry Anern

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Overview

The near future. Weak-kneed appeasers in Washington, D.C., have forged an alliance with the Soviet Union and created a police state within our own borders. The first victim of the new regime is the Bill of Rights. A daring band of freedom fighters in an armed resistance movement wages a deperate battle against the overwhelming forces of tyranny. But the crusade is crushed.

Then unexpectedly, a young man emerges to lead the resistance in their impossible quest. Born to a legacy of liberty, educated by the architects of the new order, he knows the enemy first hand. And only he has the vision and courage to destroy the shackles of injustice-and create a new, stronger America.

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781612323275
Publisher: Speaking Volumes, LLC
Publication date: 05/17/2012
Pages: 386
Product dimensions: 6.00(w) x 9.00(h) x 0.86(d)

About the Author

Originally born in Chicago a long time ago, Sharon Ahern met her future husband and co-writer, Jerry Ahern, on the very first day of High School, and they became friends for life. They eventually married and had two wonderful kids, Jason and Samantha, and five beautiful grandchildren.

Sharon began her writing career in the public relations department of Illinois Bell Telephone and stringing for a local newspaper. Always an avid researcher-Sharon was always eager to do book reports and term papers-she was happy to pull out the Britannica and become an instant expert on whatever information Jerry needed for a story, whether a particular time in history or facts concerning a far away place. Now the musty volumes have been replaced with the internet. She has interviewed people on a wide range of topics such as Voodoo practices and biker gangs. Sharon is also a professional photographer, her works having been published in magazines throughout the world.

When not working with Jerry, Sharon enjoys reading, antiquing, and gardening in the long Georgia summers, where they have resided for over thirty years.

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