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The Queen of Intelligence Blitz

 

A 9/11 Conspiracy Novel

 

Historical Fiction

Date Published: 05-12-2023

Publisher: Workbook Press


 

As early as December of 1998, the CIA reported that Osama Bin Laden and his Al-Queda organization prepared for direct attacks against the United States using hijacked aircraft, prompting the FBI to place Osama Bin Laden on its Ten Most Wanted List.

In an effort to recruit the best possible Operations Officers to take on these dangerous terrorist organizations, the CIA approaches a young, intelligent, and exceptionally beautiful blonde-haired, blue-eyed Sherry Aspen and sends her into Afghanistan to locate whatever terrorist cells are hiding there and report these locations back to Langley. But as Sherry soon discovers, she is but a mere pawn in a much larger game of intrigue and espionage.

Despite all that she has to give up to obtain the most relevant information to protect the United States, the CIA turns a deaf ear to what she finds in the Middle East, except when she learns of a terrorist plot to attack the Twin Towers in New York City just months after she is deployed. As a result, Sherry is on the run, not from any of the terrorists in the Middle East who may want to kill her, but by the CIA itself.

In this exceptional work of historical fiction, Harvey Havel outlines a conspiracy theory in the form of a novel that questions whether or not the tragedy that took place on September 11th, 2001 was really based on the actions of only one man and not more powerful forces at work, such as the CIA. By following Sherry Aspen on her mission through such places as Afghanistan, Pakistan, and Israel, Havel takes us on a thrilling ride that uncovers what may have been the real reasons behind the 9/11 attacks in which nearly 3,000 innocent American civilians perished. For anyone interested in alternate perspectives of what might have caused the 9/11 attacks as well as those who crave high-caliber literary fiction, this important and carefully-crafted novel is a still very timely and a definite must-read.


About the Author

Harvey Havel has been a short-story writer and novelist for over thirty years. His first novel, Noble McCloud, A Novel, about a young, struggling musician was published in November of 1999. He now has nineteen books which include novels, short stories, and two collections of essays on current affairs and political matters. His latest book is a serialized novel, The Queen of Intelligence: A 9/11 Novel, has just been released through Kindle Vella on Amazon.com in 2021.

Havel is formerly a Lecturer in English at Bergen Community College in Paramus, New Jersey. He also taught writing and literature at SUNY Albany and the College of Saint Rose, also in Albany, New York.

He currently lives there with his pet cat, Marty, and has many more books in store for his many fans in future.

His readers are encouraged to leave their honest comments about his work anywhere his fine books are sold.

 

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