Ground Zero

Ground Zero by Francis Paul Wilson

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On September 11, 2001, a man drifts in a boat off lower Manhattan as the towers burn. He removes a small box from his pocket and presses a button. As he waits for the south tower to collapse, he thinks: No one--absolutely no one--will guess the truth behind the who and why of this day. Years later, Jack`s childhood friend, Weezy Connell, fits together the pieces of the puzzle and anonymously posts her conclusions on the Web. When someone comes after her, Jack becomes involved in her troubles and in the paranoid maze of the 9/11 Truth Movement, where conspiracy theories point in every direction. They`re all wrong. The truth is stranger, darker, and more evil than anyone can imagine. And if the plot behind it--millennia in the planning--succeeds, it will forever change life on this Earth.

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Francis Paul Wilson

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Paul Wilson ) Born May 17, 1946 and raised in New Jersey. In 1968 he graduated from Georgetown University with a medical degree, worked in his specialty, at the same time publishing stories in various magazines. To date, he has a half dozen novels on his account, among which there are science fiction, horror novels and the so-called "medical thrillers". The most famous is the novel "The Castle" (filmed in 1983).  en.wikipedia , Official Repairman Jack site .  Bibliography Novels The Adversary Cycle The Keep (1981) The Tomb (1984) (re-released in 2004 under its original title, Rakoshi, by Borderlands Press) The Touch (1986) Reborn (1990) Reprisal (1991) Nightworld (1992) Repairman Jack 1.

The Tomb (1984) (re-released in 2004 under its original title, Rakoshi, by Borderlands Press) 2.

"A Day in the Life" (short story) (1989) 3.

"The Long Way Home" (short story) (1992) 4.

"Home Repairs" (short story) (1996) (later incorporated...

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Francis Paul Wilson (Francis Paul Wilson, - F. Paul Wilson ) Born May 17, 1946 and raised in New Jersey. In 1968 he graduated from Georgetown University with a medical degree, worked in his specialty, at the same time publishing stories in various magazines. To date, he has a half dozen novels on his account, among which there are science fiction, horror novels and the so-called "medical thrillers". The most famous is the novel "The Castle" (filmed in 1983).  en.wikipedia , Official Repairman Jack site .  Bibliography Novels The Adversary Cycle The Keep (1981) The Tomb (1984) (re-released in 2004 under its original title, Rakoshi, by Borderlands Press) The Touch (1986) Reborn (1990) Reprisal (1991) Nightworld (1992) Repairman Jack 1. The Tomb (1984) (re-released in 2004 under its original title, Rakoshi, by Borderlands Press) 2. "A Day in the Life" (short story) (1989) 3. "The Long Way Home" (short story) (1992) 4. "Home Repairs" (short story) (1996) (later incorporated into Conspiracies) 5. "The Wringer" (short story) (1996) 6. "The Last Rakosh" (1990) (later incorporated into All The Rage, then in 2006 as revised hardcover and paperback editions) 7. Legacies (1998) 8. Conspiracies (1999) 9. All The Rage (2000) 10. Hosts (2001) 11. The Haunted Air (2002) 12. Gateways (2003) 13. Crisscross (2004) 14. Harbingers (2006) 15. "Interlude at Duane`s "(short story) (2006) (available exclusively in the James Patterson-edited anthology Thriller) 16. Bloodline (20 07) 17. "Do-Gooder" (short short) (2007) (a 200-copy limited one-sheet "short short") 18. By The Sword (2008) 19. Ground Zero (2009) Young Repairman Jack Secret Histories (young adult novel) (2008) Secret Vengeance (young adult novel) (2009) Secret Circles (young adult novel) (2009) Other Books Black Wind (1988) Soft and Others (1989) (short story collection) Sibs (1991) Freak Show (1992) (contributor and editor) The Select (1994) Implant (1995) Virgin (1996) (as Mary Elizabeth Murphy) Mirage (1996) (with Matthew J. Costello) Deep as the Marrow (1997) Nightkill (1997) (with Steven Spruill) (some editions show "Steve Lyon") Masque (1998) (with Matthew J. Costello) The Barrens and Others (1998) (short story collection) The Christmas Thingy (2004) (children & # 039; s story illustrated by Alan M. Clark) The Fifth Harmonic (2003) Sims (2003) Artifact (2003) (with Kevin J. Anderson, Janet Berlinger and Matthew J. Costello ) Midnight Mass (2004) The Peabody-Ozymandias Traveling Circu s & amp; Oddity Emporium (2007) Aftershock and Others (2009), (short story collection)