Windstorm

When seventeen-year-old Carter Chamberlain is uprooted from his quiet American life and moved to London, he fears his biggest problem will be boredom. Instead, he is drawn into the sordid world of Irish Republican Army terrorism, while trying to keep his own dysfunctional family intact. Ultimately, one last test of courage is needed for his and Fiona's and many other innocent people's survival.

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Published by CyPress Publications
Published: July 19, 2010
Words: 51,340
Language: English
ISBN: 9781935083191
About Ted Simmons

Ted spent most of his career as a technology manager for a major oil company, mostly in international producing operations. This gave him the opportunity to live and travel in some of the world’s most fascinating places. He developed a keen interest in the cultures and beliefs of other peoples, and believes many Americans would benefit from some of his insights.
He lived in the jungles of Sumatra, the deserts of Kuwait, and traveled extensively in such far-flung places as China, Egypt, Vietnam, and the various countries in the Middle East (Uzbekistan, Kazakhstan, Azerbaijan, Turkmenistan).
During the 1980s, Ted and his family lived in the suburbs of London, and he worked in a downtown office building just a few blocks from a horrendous act of terrorism perpetrated by the Irish Republican Army. This experience was the inspiration for the actions and characters in his novel Windstorm, young and old. As in all his stories, the main characters, Carter Chamberlain and Fiona McKenna, are beset with troubles at multiple levels, some external and some that they carry around in their own hearts.

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