Buy Day of Reckoning

January 30, 2009 · Filed Under books · Comment 

Day of Reckoning is a romantic thriller that describes the real-life panic and world famine that will occur when food supplies are reduced. At present it is a novel, but the worrying truth is that it could easily become a reality.

Based on the findings of years of careful research, the novel shows how after a series of disasters America’s economy collapses and law and order breaks down. Farmers are unable to harvest their crops or plant for the following year; trucks can’t make food deliveries; ordinary citizens have no heating and are reduced to shopping with guns; and the old and weak begin to die of hypothermia.

At last, governments around the world accept something must be done about food security. But it is too late. Catastrophe seems inevitable. Thousands, if not millions will die around the globe…

Then the head of the CIA requests an urgent meeting. There is one man who just may be able to help.

The plan is to make all or parts of Day of Reckoning available as both a free podcast and download. Watch this space…

Famine in the West Printed Book

January 30, 2009 · Filed Under books · 1 Comment 

Imagine it’s the year 2025 

People in New York and London are starving to death. There is anarchy on the streets of Paris and Rome. Millions in the Pacific and Asia are dying from flood and hurricane. Everywhere people FINALLY agree that something must be done about food security.  But it is too late. 6 billion people will starve.

Unless…

Famine in the West explains what needs to be done and why. It is essential reading for anyone who wants to safeguard the future of their children and grandchildren.

Written by a Yorkshire Farmer, this controversial new book describes how the West will soon depend on the Middle East and Russia for its food in the sense that the oil and gas so essential for food production will come from there.

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    Jonathon Porritt and David Richardson quotes
    Jonathon Porritt and David Richardson quotes 

 

The price for the E version is £6.49 + PP. You can pay:

  •  on line via paypal account or credit card
  • by cheque   

If you would prefer an E copyof the book at £2.99 click here

You can pay:

 
UK buyers £6.49 + £1.49 p+p = £7.98 UK buyers £6.49 + £1.49 p+p = £7.98


European buyers £6.49 + £2.99 p+p = £9.48


Rest of the World buyers £6.49 + £4.39 postage = £10.88


 What you are buying

The book has the cover/ jacket shown above and is:

  • 234mm x 156mm in size with a 10mm spine
  • 126 pages long
  • softback
  • 32, 162 words long
  • 3 parts and 20 chapters

It will be sent to you the day after payment has cleared

Buy Famine in the West Ebook

January 29, 2009 · Filed Under books · Comment 

Imagine it’s the year 2025 

People in New York and London are starving to death. There is anarchy on the streets of Paris and Rome. Millions in the Pacific and Asia are dying from flood and hurricane. Everywhere people FINALLY agree that something must be done about food security.  But it is too late. 6 billion people will starve.

Unless…

Famine in the West explains what needs to be done and why. It is essential reading for anyone who wants to safeguard the future of their children and grandchildren.

Written by a Yorkshire Farmer, this controversial new book describes how the West will soon depend on the Middle East and Russia for its food in the sense that the oil and gas so essential for food production will come from there.

Reviews    

 

 

 

    Jonathon Porritt and David Richardson quotes
    Jonathon Porritt and David Richardson quotes 

 

The price for the E version is £2.99. You can pay:

  •  on line via paypal account or credit card
  • by cheque   
 
 


  • 32,000 word Ebook
  • PDF that automatically opens in Adobe Reader which you can download for freeon line via paypal account or credit card
  • sent to you via email within 48 hours of purchase

If you would prefer a printed copy of the book click here

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