Steven Clark Bradley has been to or lived in 36 countries, including China, South Korea, Pakistan, Iraq, Senegal West Africa and Turkey. He has a Master's degree in Liberal Studies from Indiana University. He speaks French and Turkish. He has been an assistant to a prosecutor, a university instructor and a freelance journalist. Steven is the author of seven published books, six novels and his memoirs.
The Consortium Patriot Acts Part III (NEW)
(NEW) This powerful and realistic novel reaches deeply into the hidden and sinister world of the international banking system and the global power brokers who profit from it. In September, 2008, the Federal Reserve Chairman and the Secretary of the Treasury came to President George W. Bush and issued him a suicide threat. Then Treasury Secretary Henry Paulson walked into the Oval Office and put a political gun to his own head and told the president to give them $800 billion dollars or in twenty-four hours the American economy would die and in forty-eight hours, $5 trillion dollars would disappear with the entire world economy. President Bush said yes. The Consortium considers what the repercussions for the United States and for the whole world political and economic system would have been if the president of the United States had said, ?NO?? This novel will rattle your senses simply because every action taken against America and world powers are actually taking place and bringing international powers to their knees. The Consortium is an amazing journey into the unthinkable and is an amazing conclusion to the Patriot Acts Trilogy. After reading it, watching or reading the news will never be quite the same.
The Second Republic - Patriot Acts Part II
What would America do if we were faced with a horrendous terrorist attack that no amount of security could stop? In "The Second Republic - Patriot Acts Part II," the President of the United States is confronted with a radical underground secret cabal that has targeted America with a domestic bio-terror attack that dwarfs the assault unleashed on September 11, 2001. This second book in the Patriot Acts trilogy takes the reader inside the White House where treachery and terrorism boils below its underbelly. While trying to avoid invoking emergency powers that could destroy American constitutional freedoms, a former Special Ops officer, now the President of the United States, races to stop a deadly virus, which has killed thousands of innocent Americans. This Fisher Harrison saga, The Second Republic, is an action thriller that could appear on any of today's headlines, on any given day with a plausible scenario for the death of humankind that is too frighteningly conceivable for comfort.
Patriot Acts Part I
The Republic of Iran has linked up with radical American Militia groups to carry out a covert nuclear attack on America. Colonel Fisher Harrison, the best trained Special Ops killer the military has, is the one person who can effectively retaliate against these adversaries. But Colonel Fisher Harrison was framed for a murder he did not commit by his former boss--now the President of the United States of America. The two adversaries must put aside their differences and unite to stop those in league to bring America to its knees.
From the Great Builder Nimrod in 4000 BC to today, 666 generations later, you can ride the storm of Nimrod Rising and experience the death of a world and the birth pangs of another.
Unknown to Wallace Findings, a one-night stand results in twins. The mother is murdered soon after their birth to cover a hideous crime, which sends Findings on an eighteen year hunt for her murderer. One twin is adopted and welcomed into a wonderful life of plenty and privilege. The other is rejected and left an orphan, in a world without identity or care, facing brutal treatment and sexual abuse. This twin seeks out Findings and his sibling and all those who had abandoned him to carry out a plot of revenge. In the end, Findings discovers his role in a baby for sale scheme in which he and his unknown children were victims.
Greg Bradford is an escaped mental patient, a man who wants revenge, a man prepared to do anything to get his life back and has a plan to do it. Corbett Mandeville, a homicide detective known for solving some of the worst murders in the state, has to stop him. But, Corbett Mandeville has secrets of his own that created an affinity between him and the vindictive mental patient that drives both to stalk their prey and take justice into their own hands.
The Most Intelligent of Idiots: The Memoirs of Author Steven Clark Bradley
Every living thing that walks and breathes and rationally processes information is a living breathing, walking story that possesses both positive and not so positive reasoned and brainless conclusions. We are capable of the most amazing advances in life and come up with the most luminous ideas. Yet, alas,we are all flawed, toyed with, often dispassionate, very frequently self-serving creatures, until we have lost everything. Steven Clark Bradley, who spent almost seventeen years exploring thirty-four countries such as Pakistan, Iraq, Turkey and West Africa, is a true living chronicle of an author, a teacher and a world traveler. His is one of those living, breathing stories, The Most Intelligent of idiots.