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The De Molay Complex-bookcover

By: Malcolm Runyard

The De Molay Complex

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The story begins with the main hero, Ben Arnold, when he is 11 years old. You see this young child on an almost suicidal mission. And after he loses his parents he is sent to the learning rooms, deep at the bottom of the De Molay complex; this is where all De Molay orphans are sent. There you see the other seven main characters within the Omega Squadron. The story then jumps forward 20 years. The now Hollywood heartthrob and chief director of the De Molay, U.S. Chapter, Ben Arnold, hears about the gruesome murders taking place in New York. And with his Omega unit, sets about stopping the monster. Army girl, Staff Sergeant Edwards, is on a mission in Mexico. And on her return, you then learn about the gateways all around America, which she uses in Florida. When she arrives back in New York, within minutes she stumbles upon a near-death situation for Ben Arnold within the gateway exit, where she goes on and saves his life. Later, a huge battle ensues at Lake Titicaca, on land and underwater between Ancient aliens, the U.S. Army, and an ancient religious order.

This ageing author had spent some time in the military, when he was in his teens and early twenties, where he continued his passion for reading sci/fi. He went on to be an engineer for forty years where for the last twelve years, he spent learning computer programming for laser machines. But his real desire from the nineties till now had always been to write The De Molay Complex and now his dream is completed.

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