FLASH: A Diary of Disaster is a stunning novel set in a time when certain people's lives are being greatly influenced, engaged, and then subsequently destroyed in the mad and highly competitive world of international nuclear deterrents.
The story is based in the age of Super Power, a competitive era when nations seek nuclear superiority. After a chance meeting in the United States by the four main characters, the story tells in three parts a series of dramatic events, all influenced by the presence of FLASH, a new breed of American micro-missiles.
These potentially devastating nuclear spears have been created to cause mega-death. There are those who desire world peace and totally reject the presence of FLASH, while on the opposite spectrum are those who want to possess them to gain almighty power.
Set in the USA, UK, France, Central and South America, and finally Australia, the novel's ending comes full circle to its beginning: a chance encounter that leads to the shocking conclusion.
About the Author: Tony Lambert lives in East Devon in Southwest England. Now retired, he was a modern language teacher at a local community college. He has travelled extensively and currently does part-time work as a tour manager, mainly in France and Spain. He has always had a keen interest in writing, and in 2009 published a collection of five stories for young readers in the UK.
Publisher's website: http://www.strategicpublishinggroup.com/title/FLASH-ADiaryOfDisaster.html