Thursday, November 14, 2013

A Book and a Chat with Frank F. Fiore

If like myself you like the type of adventure novels written by Clive Cussler and Tom Clancy then my guest on tonight’s show has a book for you. Frank F. Fiore is a bestselling author of over 50,000 copies of his non-fiction books. His success has continued since our last chat following up his much praised action-adventure novel "Cyberkill" with four more must read books.

Cyberkill is described by one reviewer thus…
I've seen the future of war and it is by remote control. No longer will it be a fight of soldiers and guns, but rival lines of code will compete for victory over the enemy's information infrastructure. Such dramatic change is fraught with danger. While technology is advancing at such an accelerated rate, do we continue to control the machines or are they starting to control us?

Frank Fiore's `Cyberkill' is a fast paced high-tech thriller that goes straight to the heart of the matter, feeding our worst robotic nightmares. Technology's cutting edge becomes double-edged in the hands of a chilling cyber-terrorist, who is unwittingly aided by a corrupt and unscrupulous military. Nanotechnologies, biological warfare and killer robots are all part of the repertoire that together threatens the very existence of all mankind.

As the news over the past years this is not to far away from the truth…
Frank followed up with an three book adventure series "The Chronicle's of Jeremy Nash" the formula which consists of a conspiracy theory, unsolved mystery, urban myth, New Age belief or paranormal practice that Nash is forced to pursue; combined with an underlying real world event, organization or persons that is somehow connected to what he is pursuing. This provides the thriller aspect of the stories.

Now his latest book “The Oracle” has been released, though it was as we found out 40 years in the making. 

About “The Oracle”:

“The Oracle” consists of a series of short stories tied together by means of a background story – a story within a story (similar to Ray Bradbury’s “Illustrated Man”). And like the Jeffrey Archer and Twilight Zone stories, the Oracle short stories are written with surprise endings.

While this is Frank’s latest book he also shared with us about his next book, which he believes will firmly put his name on the literary map.

It’s called MURRAN. Frank firmly believes this will be his breakthrough novel because it is steeped in politically incorrect controversy and is already getting very good reviews from my beta readers.

MURRAN is the story of a young African-American boy named Trey coming of age in the 1980s, and his rite of passage to adulthood. Trey is a member of a ‘crew’ in Brooklyn and is enticed into helping a violent drug gang. He is eventually framed for murder and flees with his high school teacher to his Maasai village in Kenya. There, Trey learns what a true Black African and African culture is, goes through the Maasai warrior’s rite of passage, becomes a young shaman, and returns to America to confront the gang leader that framed him.

The show proved to be both interesting and entertaining, so why not tune in now or download the file to listen to another time, to "A Book and a Chat with Frank F Fiore"


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