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Very Bad and Very Horrible

Bryant Wieneke's latest political thriller, is now available!

The irresistible force meets the immovable object as the U.S. and China square off in the Sahara Desert, fighting over minerals, access to trade routes, and economic supremacy. The American base known as Xanadu is being used in surreptitious attacks, damaging its reputation as a humanitarian facility. The human cost of the conflict is dramatically portrayed in this suspenseful novel, as local heroes and familiar figures from the Priority Series search for ways to weather the sandstorm.

About the Author

Bryant Wieneke has written an eclectic set of books, from the uplifting tale of his life-and-death battle with Stage 4 cancer (Melanoma without a Cause) to the lighthearted account of his Peace Corps adventures in West Africa  (A Dry and Thirsty Land).

 

His Priority Series is a fast-paced, action-oriented set of antiwar novels for the post-9/11 era. Set against the magnificent backdrop of the Sahara Desert, these novels capture the spirit of common values across cultures and offer practical ways to engender peace. 

Bryant's latest endeavor is a series of very readable creative biographies that focus on the AHA! moments for ground-breaking scientists throughout the ages. They're fun!

Xanadu and the Tweetstorm,

Writer's Digest Review: "Wieneke does a fantastic job of tapping into his characters to contribute their unique tones to the narration of Xanadu and the Tweetstorm, a skill that has undoubtedly been developed through writing his other books in the Priority Series. Though I haven’t had the pleasure of perusing those, it’s clear that the author has spent a lot of time developing his characters and the world in which they live, creating a complex backdrop that is fairly similar to the real world. In fact, I’d say that the parallels he draws are pretty intuitive, if not a little frightening. To have an author who is able to write political fiction and make it as engaging as Wieneke does takes a certain kind of writing style that not everyone can grasp or pull off."

 

 

         Bryant Wieneke has written a political suspense book like a modern day Robert Ludlum for lovers of suspenseful political thrillers. He spins an elaborate espionage tale that forces the reader to turn pages. 

Lawrence and Ezequiel Lihosit in Peace Corps Writing about The Mission Priority

 

 

Priority Series Novels

MY BOOKS

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