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The Ebay Plot Novel Just Published A Powerful Dramatization Of A Never-before-told True Story

NEW MARKET, Md., Dec. 6, 2012 /PRNewswire-iReach/ -- The eBay Plot: The eBay Detective Book 1

By Charles A. Salter

website:

http://ebaydetectivenovels.wordpress.com/

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Louella shivered again. Lots more to sell on eBay. But never again like this. Never before darting to work in the morning. Next time she'd choose a crowded place in the middle of the day. She didn't even know what the buyer looked like, only that he would meet her at six a.m. and would arrive in a white Lincoln Continental.

(Photo: http://photos.prnewswire.com/prnh/20121206/CG25828)

Speak of the devil.

Brad Stout is a US Army major, an expert in radiation defense at the military's premier radiation defense lab. He is assigned to monitor sales of radioactive products on eBay in an effort to prevent terrorists from getting their hands on illicit nuclear knowledge and materials that can make dirty bombs.

Brad has been on the trail of an eBay buyer who seems to be involved in a recent murder and who is prepping to make a dirty bomb. Brad is about to bring the situation under control when the tables turn and the eBay buyer is now stalking Brad's activity.

In this compelling dramatization of the never-before-told true story of how military scientists used eBay to help foil a developing dirty bomb plot, national security is in jeopardy. Brad picks up on the trail, but can he prevent a weapon of mass destruction in the nation's capital before it is too late?

Paperback: 5.5x 8.5 
228 Pages
$14.99 
Release Date: 2012-12-04

Special Features:
ISBN #: 978-1-62147-492-0
Carton Count: 30

Product Category: FICTION / Mystery & Detective / General FICTION / War & Military
Distributor: Ingram Spring Arbor

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Media Contact: Charles Salter The eBay Detective novel series, (301) 865-0337, saltercharles@hotmail.com

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SOURCE Charles Salter

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