William de Berg Announces Release of 'Divided We Stand'
The book tells the story of Enrique Ybarra, a famous young general who suffers the loss of his two brothers-one in a drug overdose and the other in an effort to expose the CIA-linked drug trade. Already reeling in his personal life and marriage, Ybarra is introduced to a team of high-ranking military officers who convince him that there will soon be a crisis in the republic involving martial law and that he needs to join them.
"The scenarios described in the book, though fictional, are totally possible and even plausible," de Berg points out. "This book serves as a warning to those who either don't believe in the Deep State or don't believe the massive moral violations of which it is capable. It is an exciting story replete with history, strong characters and a powerful moral message."
An excerpt from the book reads:
The three senior officers grew quiet, and Cummings and Taylor looked down, with Cummings fidgeting slightly. Then Dennison, in a soft and deliberate voice, asked Enrique, "Do you know who died in the Pentagon that day, Kiki?" When Enrique didn't respond, Dennison said with his voice rising a bit, "Soldiers and sailors died that day, Kiki. Fifty-five in all, plus a bunch of military contractors. American soldiers and sailors! Soldiers and sailors who never got the truth of their sacrifice in a court of law!"
"Divided We Stand"
By William de Berg
Hardcover | 5.5 x 8.5in | 262 pages | ISBN 9781490785059
Softcover | 5.5 x 8.5in | 262 pages | ISBN 9781490785035
E-Book | 262 pages | ISBN 9781490785042
Available at Amazon and Barnes & Noble
About the Author
With "Divided We Stand" and his two previous works "Serpent and Savior" and "White Spiritual Boy," William de Berg has established himself as the master of conspiracy fiction.
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