Keith Midgen's New Book "The Eleventh Plague" is a Delicately Spun Tale of Drama, Violence, Intrigue, Love, and a Married Couple Who Pretended to Be Something They Are Not.

Keith Midgen, a recipient of a Bachelor of Economics and a Master of Science degree from the University of Texas at Dallas, has completed his most recent book “The Eleventh Plague”:  a splendid science fiction tale peppered with espionage and suspense, sure to capture the reader’s attention and refuse to let go until the last page.

Keith gives lectures at Collin College in Plano, Texas, where his subjects vary from economics to evolution; the universe to neuroscience. He says, “I simply want to absorb and write about everything I can.”

Published by Fulton Books, Keith Midgen’s book begins in 2006, when the results of a vital, and very secret, experiment were stolen from a Russian laboratory. ­ The man who held the secrets wound up in Beirut, where he was carried off his plane in an unconscious state and taken by Mossad agents to a mobile hospital in southern Israel. ­

A married couple—one British, one American—pretended to be something they
were not. A young woman sought out the father she had never seen but, in a visit to a Bedouin village, found more. A barely sane German officer of the Lebanese intelligence service dreamed of a Fourth Reich so that the Holocaust could be replayed.

When the Russian experiment took further shape in the hands of an Ashkenazi professor and his assistants, the story played out after the advent of the Lebanon/Israel war, which began with an attempted invasion by Hezbollah and Hamas—Israel’s bitter foes.

Readers who wish to experience this entertaining work can purchase “The Eleventh Plague” at bookstores everywhere, or online at the Apple iTunes store, Amazon, Google Play or Barnes and Noble.

Please direct all media inquiries to Gregory Reeves via email at gregory@fultonbooks.com or via telephone at 877-210-0816.

Source: Fulton Books

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