Author Gets Sassy, Writes Second Novel
LOCAL NOVELIST: Tulsan Martin Keating holds up S.A.S.S.Y., his second terrorism novel that he recently published. It is available in paperback and on Kindle devices.
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Martin Keating, a local author and brother of former Oklahoma Governor Frank Keating, recently published S.A.S.S.Y., his second terrorism novel. He published The Final Jihad in 1996.
S.A.S.S.Y. focuses on one of the most worrisome susceptibilities of the United States, Keating says. If such an attack were carried out, it would dwarf the horrific 9/11 terrorist offensive by a factor of at least a thousand.
“I didn’t set out to write a terrorism book,” Keating confesses, “let alone two. However, after years of listening to my uncle and his fascinating stories of U.S. Navy intelligence forays across the globe, I knew I had to tell a larger audience what the country is really facing.”
S.A.S.S.Y. begins with the discovery of a classified U.S. Army plan to capture and “chip” the elusive Big Foot. Not one in 20 Americans has ever believed in the large ape-man, but the Army possessed decades of growing evidence to the contrary, dating back to General MacArthur and the Korean War. If such a creature actually did exist and could be caught and controlled, it would be the perfect killing machine for Pakistan, Afghanistan and similar “difficult” locales. However, U.S. Naval Intelligence, while shadowing the Army, uncovers a massive conspiracy led by the Chinese. A troika of enemies is on the verge of launching a diabolical agenda to exploit an unrecognized Achilles heel of the United States.
S.A.S.S.Y. is available at Amazon.com. in both paperback and Kindle formats.