Code Name: Scarlet

Washington, D.C. — Award-winning and best-selling author, Richard S. Lowry, has released his latest work exclusively with Amazon Kindle. After publishing several internationally acclaimed non-fiction accounts of the war in Iraq, Richard has turned his attention to fiction.

Lindsey Warner and Rich Graham fall in love in the shadow of the 9/11 Attacks.

Pull up a chair and venture into the world that might have been or still could be. This stunning tale of historical fiction will take you around the world in an adventure that begins with the 9/11 attack on the World Trade Center and ends years later in Quetta, Pakistan.

When al-Qaeda obtains a nuclear weapon, Rich and Lindsey become key players in the operation that is Code Name: Scarlet.

The couple joins a large contingent of American servicemen and women who are tasked with finding and securing the weapon. As history has proven over and over again, no plan ever survives first contact. Lindsey and Rich are forced to improvise and must make life and death choices to complete the mission.

Will their love survive?  Will they survive?  Will America survive?

Richard has appeared on Book TV and Veterans Chronicles. He was a military contributor to WFLA news radio in Orlando and has appeared on many regional television and radio programs.

Richard is an award winning author. In 2006, Marines in the Garden of Eden won the Silver Medal for history and in 2010, New Dawn won the Gold Medal for history from the Military Writers Society of America. The Gulf War Chronicles also received recognition from MWSA in 2006 and has achieved Editor’s Choice, Reader’s Choice and STAR distinctions from iUniverse. In 2009, “Perfect Valor” received the best feature documentary award at the GI Film Festival.

Richard is also one of the owners of SyndicatedNews.NET LLC and his primary page can be found at:

Richard has established himself as an expert on the war in Afghanistan and Iraq with a substantial radio, television and internet following. He is a distinguished historian, captivating writer and engaging public speaker.


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