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ASMSA teacher publishes second book in series
ASMSA teacher publishes second book in series

Arkansas School for Mathematics, Sciences and the Arts teacher Cliff Happy has released his second e-book “The Pelindaba Conspiracy.”

Former Mossad operative Gideon Meltzer: Founding member of Friends from Damascus. To eliminate extremists bent on destruction, this no-nonsense terrorist hunter and his crack black-ops team will go anywhere and risk anything. The daring theft of highly enriched uranium by religious fanatics forces Gideon’s team to partner with an unlikely ally: a beautiful, blind, Persian computer genius named Alaleh Koyunlu. On the run from both the intelligence agencies who think she orchestrated the theft and the terrorists who set her up to take the fall, she leads the team on a world-wide hunt for the missing material. With the clock ticking and millions of lives on the line, they’ll stop at nothing to bring down their prey.

This book is the second in a series of eight to nine books Happy plans to write. The first book “Friends from Damascus” was released last fall. Both books are available only in digital format for nook and Kindle.

Happy served in the U.S. Marines for 22 years, including five years on an anti-terrorism team, and drew on his military experience when writing the action-adventure thrillers. He joined the ASMSA staff in 2006 and teaches American history and government. For more information visit cliffhappy.com.