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In Scorched Earth we follow the characters introduced in The Yellowstone Conundrum through the first week following the explosion of the Yellowstone caldera, which has already started to affect weather patterns in the United States, soon the world. Ray Spaulding and the survivors of the firefight at the Seattle Library join forces with other citizens to help protect the rest of downtown Seattle. Penny Armstrong is trapped on the wrong side of the river and must deal with the realities of having two new children, Amanda and Jason. Robert O'Brien and Charley Lame Deer arrive at Garrison Dam as the Missouri River rages downstream. Nancy O'Brien leads a group of students and government employees away from Denver as the city is engulfed in ash. The survivors of Wright, Wyoming find themselves on the move again. What happened to Power Control Specialist Andy Everett? The last we saw of him he was buried underneath his own vehicle after an explosion at Hanford. The story will continue in the third installment of the "Is this it?" series titled The Lose-Lose Scenario. Now retired after a 40-year career in I/T support, Mr. Randall enjoys Retirement 2.0 in Costa Rica after running two bridge clubs in the Birmingham, AL area during Retirement 1.0. He and his wife Linda enjoy the "pura vida" of Costa Rica and attending bridge tournaments in the US.
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Born in Dayton, Ohio Mr. Randall has lived in Dayton, Cincinnati, Cleveland, Atlanta, Princeton NJ, Bethlehem PA, Los Angeles, Bethesda MD, Norfolk VA, Washington DC, Seattle WA and Birmingham AL. He had a 40-year career as an I/T specialist and manager within the Data Processing industry with IBM, International Technology Corp, and Blue Cross Blue Shield of Alabama before retiring in 2006 to run two bridge clubs in suburban Birmingham. Mr. Randall began writing novels in 1980 after reading Herman Wouk's two-book series Winds of War and War and Remembrance. His books all have multiple plots with richly-developed characters. His first book The Hatterask Incident was published in 1987, followed by The Jihad Ultimatum (1988) and The Tojo Virus (1991). In 1989 Mr. Randall hiked the 208-mile segment of the Pacific Crest Trail referred to as the John Muir Trail and has maintained an interest in the wilderness, its preservation and protection ever since. His book Jonathan's Song is a tribute to the CCC volunteers in the 1930s and the continuity in the modern day California Conservation Corps. Mr. Randall enjoys ESPN fantasy sports leagues, photography, his 48-year marriage to his wife Linda, playing bridge. A bronze Life Master at contract bridge, the Randalls enjoy traveling to bridge tournaments whenever they can. Most of all, they enjoy their retirement, friends and the "pura vida" of Costa Rica.
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Book Description CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform, 2014. Condition: New. book. Seller Inventory # M1500528048