OneThreeThirteen: Master of the Day of Judgment

Eliza Ankum

A middle class suburban Chicago couple is shaken out of a deep sleep in the middle of the night.  Their first assumption is that one of their affluent neighbor’s teenage children has smashed their brand new Christmas present, a car, into the side of their home.
Meanwhile, miles away on Joint Base Andrews, Cornel Jim Madison awakens to find a group of para-military men in his house.  He immediately knows something has gone terribly wrong.  Sure that the men in his house are a threat to his life, he escapes his home via the upstairs window.
Madison, in full combat mode hastens to Central Command where he is confronted by an armed and terrified Staff Sergeant Lucinda Olamae Washington, Regular Air Force.
Lucinda informs Cornel Madison that the night’s Base Watch Commander who was fearful of being charged with dereliction of duty, has locked himself in the Base Commander’s office and committed suicide.
Madison and Lucinda enter the War Room and discover that the invading army has surrounded most of the country’s military bases and are threatening to take them over.  Is this the end for the United States?  And how far would you go to stay alive?
Set on the eve of the Presidential inauguration, OneThreeThirteen takes us on a thrill ride in the tradition of 24.  
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About the author

Eliza Ankum grew up in a small southern town in rural Alabama during the sixties.  Her parents moved the family of six kids to the big city, i.e. Chicago, when she was thirteen years old to escape the racial prejudice of the South.

Her rural upbringing made her a target for Chicago's tough inner city kids.  So, like any kid who finds themselves a loner, Eliza took to books.  Reading and watching television soap operas, detective stories, and sitcoms provided her the necessary components for great story telling.

Eliza works as a Unit Clerk for one Chicago's biggest and most prestigious hospitals.  But still manages to find the time to pursue her greatest passion, writing. 

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Eliza Ankum
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Aug 30, 2014
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Fiction / Romance / Contemporary
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