Nov
20
Tue
General Tata Military Lunch at the Poinsett Club Tickets
Nov 20 @ 12:00 pm

Meet Brigadier General Anthony J. Tata, U.S. Army (Retired), as he discusses his new military thriller, Dark Winter (Kensington, hardcover, $26.00, on sale 10/30/18), the latest book in his Jake Mahegan series, at a luncheon event at The Poinsett Club on Tuesday, November 20th, at noon. Mr. Tata is a frequent foreign policy guest commentator on various national news networks, and his career transition from the army to education leadership was featured on NBC’s Today Show.

Tickets are $26 and include a $5 donation to a military charity and lunch. Advance reservations are required and ticket costs cannot be refunded if canceled within 72 hours of the event. Attire is business casual (no jeans). Fiction Addiction will be selling Gen. Tata’s books on-site, but we encourage you to reserve books with us when you order your tickets. Following remarks by Gen. Tata, he will be available to sign books.

By the time anyone realizes what’s happening, it is too late. A dark network of hackers has infiltrated the computers of the U.S. military, unleashing chaos across the globe. U.S. missiles strike the wrong targets. Defense systems fail. Power grids shut down. Within hours, America’s enemies move in. Russian tanks plow through northern Europe. Iranian troops invade Iraq. North Korean destroys Seoul and fires missiles at Japan.

Phase 1 of ComWar is complete.

Enter Jake Mahegan and his team of highly trained operatives. Their mission is to locate the nerve center of ComWar—aka Computer Optimized Warfare—and to shut down the operation through any means necessary. Mahegan knows it’s a virtual suicide mission. There are three ComWar headquarters, each hidden deep underground in Russia, Iran, and North Korea. Each contains a human biometric nuclear key that the team must capture to shut down the imminent nuclear strikes. Splitting up the team is Mahegan’s only chance to prevent the next wave of cyber attacks. But even that won’t stop the sleeper cell agents—here in the United States . . .

When Phase 2 ends, World War III begins.