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By: Ronald David Williams

War of the Millennium

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In the heart of a clandestine location, a haunting Presidential banquet sets the stage for an epic war saga. From the aerial might of a B-52 bomber formation to the political intrigues of a Kremlin Christmas dinner, global tensions simmer beneath the surface.


In the midst of this brewing storm, an unexpected protagonist emerges: a mother of three, catapulted from obscurity straight to the Oval Office. Her ascent runs parallel to the formation of a dark alliance, with ambitions that threaten to plunge the world into chaos.


Oblivious to the looming danger, the globe teeters on the brink of catastrophe. A seemingly minor incident fans the flames of conflict, leading to a pivotal decision with the power to reshape the fate of nations. Dive into a tale where political intrigue and personal destinies intertwine, racing against the ticking clock of destiny.

Ronald Williams is a lifelong resident of Chattanooga, Tennessee, with a B.S. degree in secondary education from Tennessee Technological University. He has worked in education, as well as in real estate and property title researcher. As a traveller abroad, he has extensive experiences touring across Eastern and Western Europe which has greatly influenced his perspectives on contemporary world affairs. From all of these experiences, Ronald has penned his first book, War of the Millennium, which reflects a perspective gained by years of life experiences.

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