Accidental witness of a political murder during a London demonstration against the 'war on terror', Peter O'Cassey is arrested in error. The experience arouses awful suspicions. An investigative writer, he decides to pursue this frightening storyline... In parallel to his own quest for the truth, Peter writes Jim Jackson's story. Jim is a career-oriented C.I.A. man who becomes embroiled in a devastating plan. His narrative shows the intrigues of the United States government in the months leading up to 9/11. Official texts and speeches are interwoven with the human story of these two men on either side of the Atlantic, each struggling to believe the enormity of the plan and each facing personal loss. Nine Eleven is the international debut of Peter O'Cassey, born and raised in the United Kingdom. Soon after he starting working on his '9/11 theory', intangible powers forced him to flee into hiding... where he remains.
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