A new thriller focused on renewable energy by P.K. Brown has just been released by a Maryland-based publishing company, PublishAmerica, whose owners are “fundamentally opposed to issuing contracts that contain any publishing fees,” and “was founded on the premise that a book is worth publication if there are even the seeds of a market for it.”
Aqualine (2013) is based in a time where world oil supplies have peaked and are falling in steep decline. Burdened by runaway inflation and massive unemployment, a beleaguered American president secretly forms a controversial pact with Beijing while his nation sits on the verge of total economic collapse.
Following intensive research, safely hidden from a scandalous energy industry, a remarkable water-based fuel is born deep inside a NASA laboratory. Only sabotage can explain its mysterious disappearance, calling for hundreds of qualified engineers to help recover Aqualine. Unemployed mineralogist, Adam Harlow reluctantly takes on the dangerous challenge. But when a murder occurs inside his makeshift lab, Harlow realizes he is the one holding the key to Aqualine.
Can one man with a secret so vital to global stability, stand up to the world’s most powerful oil mogul and avert a U.S. nuclear confrontation with China?
Advocating for the masses, Aqualine delivers an explosive, perilous journey toward sustainable energy independence!
“It has been an extreme pleasure to work with this talented and dedicated author,” said PublishAmerica Public Relations Director Shawn Street. “For ordering information, please visit www.publishamerica.com.”
PublishAmerica is the home of approximately 50,000 talented authors. PublishAmerica is a traditional publishing company whose primary goal is to encourage and promote the works of new, previously undiscovered writers. Like more mainstream publishers, PublishAmerica pays its authors advances and royalties and makes its books available through all bookstores. PublishAmerica offers a distinctly personal, supportive alternative to vanity presses and less accessible publishers.
Learn more about the book by visiting www.publishamerica.com