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American construction worker turned Ivy League graduate exposes the anti-family roots of domestic terrorism in explosive new thriller UponUS.
Author of UponUs tells your audience:
How a construction worker and high school drop was admitted to Columbia University, graduating Cum Laude, but was unable to get an internship in Publishing, which by 2010 saw its entry level populated by grievance liberals
How he recovered from rejection and began writing for a living and going around the mainstream press
UponUS condenses the demonic rage Moore witnessed into a narrative linking back to the Summer of Love.
While Woodstock is still celebrated, people forget the mayhem of Altamont, which was a vision of our future.
They used to go to San Fran with a flower in their hair but it rapidly turned into sex crimes, Speed Kills, and the Manson family; these sins have combined to eat at the heart of the family.
UponUS: a thriller whose antagonist is white liberal woman who (spoiler) infects herself with small pox and flies across country to reunite with her conservative ex-husband, whom she despises for being a man and an American. She is part of a larger conspiracy run by a liberal wacko religion (redundant) to bring "the most evil nation in history" crashing down, which will in turn save the Earth from the human race, and especially from the patriarchal brute nation, America
UponUs available now at Amazon and other fine book sellers
Paperback $12.99 * Ebook $4.99
Moore worked construction sites on the East Coast and in the Rocky Mountains while writing novels until he was accepted into Columbia University at the age of 27. His rejection of the anti-American and anti-Christian ethos he encountered while in the ivory tower informs his fiction. He has been called both highly readable and informative and his collaboration with Dorota Nigro on the book Not Just a Number was a finalist for the Indy Book Awards, 2018, and has opened the way to exposing the damage diesel fumes have caused.