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Aqualine: A Renewable Energy Thriller by…

Aqualine: A Renewable Energy Thriller

by P.K. Brown

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Set in the year 2016, Aqualine illustrates America's agony to wean itself off an insatiable thirst for imported oil. Under mandated rationing, brought about by protracted Middle East war, circumstances compel the White House to covertly fund a high-risk project that is sure to topple the U.S. treasury, should it fail. Initial dividends appear promising with the discovery of a remarkable fuel formula, until its priceless data falls prey to rogue entities bent on controlling world energy markets. Time is running out while little has materialized for Adam Harlow, one of many brilliant minds hired by NASA to recover the formula. When his lab assistant is found dead the police start asking questions and Harlow must quickly finish the puzzle with the few clues still at the crime scene. Elated by his success, he prepares to take his findings to NASA, but is suddenly informed that the race is over; someone has beat him to the finish line. Now teetering on the brink of homelessness, Harlow takes a job at a Califonria-based mega energy firm, which soon draws him into the hands of Rodney Panach, the world's most influential oil mogul, eager to secure NASA's priceless formula.Ride shotgun with Aqualine's dynamic characters who must dice with danger in an all out battle to reclaim sustainable energy, caught in the clutches of America's last desperato of Big Oil. Advocating for the downtrodden, this novel delivers an explosive, perilous journey toward energy independence!

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