Atlanta, GA (PressExposure) February 13, 2011 -- The Fourth Law
By Paul Stein
Publisher: Create Space
Published: November 2010
Genre: Fiction, Mystery, Suspense
Is Fort Knox Safe or could a revolutionary--and stolen--antigravity machine be the force to blow it wide open?
That is the question in Paul Stein's white-knuckle corporate thriller: The Fourth Law. An oil magnate and ex-military henchman plan to break into Fort Knox. Their scheme is to steal the antigravity machine invented by Jarrod Conrad and force him to operate it for their nefarious purposes. But Conrad and his estranged cousin Ryan Marshall join forces in a deadly fight to the finish to ensure that good triumphs over evil.
Full of larger than life characters and written in the vein of the great thrill masters Tom Clancy and Robert Ludlum, The Fourth Law mixes science fiction and corporate espionage with wit and panache. A thinking person's sci-fi adventure, The Fourth Law explores the Super Unified Theorem of astrophysics. But The Fourth Law is also a deeply felt character study about the bonds that tie family members together, and how the force of good might triumph over the darkest most sinister evil. Full of plot twists and turns you won't see coming, The Fourth Law is a dramatic thriller that will have you guessing from the first page to the last.
About The Author
Paul Stein received a degree in biology from the University of San Francisco. The developer of a rainbow trout hatchery, he became the Chief Deputy Director of the California Department of Fish & Game. He served two terms as County Supervisor and maintains strong ties in the California political landscape. Paul writes from his ranch along the Mokelumne River in Calaveras County.
The Fourth Law is receiving rave from reviews from readers and the media.
From Foreword / Clarion Reviews: Paul Stein's first novel, The Fourth Law, encompasses blood rivalry, physics, high-tech robbery, villains with schemes worthy of James Bond, and the power of family, love, God and forgiveness. Stein's science, even that of the anti-gravity machine, appears meticulous and credible. He also creates rich, interesting back stories about the immigrant ancestors of his main characters, so the audience becomes intimately acquainted with each character. The Fourth Law marks an ambitious and mostly successful debut for this new author."
From Amazon.com reviewers: "Wow! What an exciting story... kept me guessing and on the edge of my seat. So thrilling I did not want to stop reading... even to sleep!! A must read!! Can't wait for the next book from this author!!" - Robin Dimiceli
I just completed "The Fourth Law". What a neat book! As good, if not better than, "The DaVinci Code" or "The Girl Who Kicked the Hornet's Nest". - Richard L. Reynolds
"As I neared the end of the book I had to pace myself. I was torn between wanting to rush to the end and savor this great read. I started by savoring the read; but in the end, devoured the book to the finish. I could actually feel my own adrenaline rush as the final scenes played out; that is good writing and on a "freshman" attempt at that. I cannot wait to see what Paul Stein brings us next." - Runnergirl
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The Fourth Law is available on the author's website, from the publisher at CreateSpace.com, on Amazon.com and BN.com
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