Rebellium by Jim Mosquera

Chandler Scott (Book #2)

Chandler makes a shocking discovery about the United States of America.


In a fast-paced thriller, Chandler Scott continues his quest for the dream story.  What will it cost him?  His career, his love, his life?

Continuing his dangerous investigations, he discovers plots more sinister than even he could ever imagine. As he plunges into the world of secessionists and government run wild, he soon realizes that his life hangs in the balance. He must decide whom he can trust—his documentary partner with a dark past or the people he has only just met with agendas of their own.

Rebellium, a realistic thriller, follows 2020 and is the second book in the Chandler Scott series.

Genre: FICTION / Thrillers

Secondary Genre: FICTION / Technological

Language: English

Keywords: political, cyber, media, financial, crisis

Word Count: 100000

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Sample text:

“Where the heck were you?” A sleepy-eyed Arianne, her
flannel pajama pants dragging on the wood floor, shuffled out of
the bedroom when she noticed Chandler tiptoe into his
Manhattan apartment. 
Chandler stammered though he responded quickly. “Ahh,
um, I was, was just out for a morning walk, no big deal.” The
morning walk included another chance encounter with the
mysterious Habakk. He’d told Arianne about his previous
encounters with Habakk, but now was not the time to get into
that. The weighty subject matter just discussed in The Battery
with the mysterious one, required more time for contemplation.
Habakk told him he needed to work on the little things.
Intellectually he knew and understood this, though how he sowed
those seeds remained unclear.
They’d enjoyed a quiet dinner the night before on New Year’s
Eve, though without the ball drop in Times Square. With the
country being very much on edge, law enforcement could not
guarantee everyone’s safety. It was a different country now. The
2020 presidential election produced no winner—no candidate
had the required number of electoral votes. The Constitution
mandated that the House of Representatives cast votes for
President with the Senate doing the same for Vice President.
Since those votes would be largely contentious, President
Benjamin Jefferson froze the election results.

He and others in the administration feared the country would spiral into another
economic abyss during the bitter debate in the legislative bodies
of government. There were already legal challenges to his freeze
by the opposition parties, the Independent American Party (IAP)
and the Theocracy Party (TP). Talk of impeachment swallowed
the oxygen in the Capitol.

Book translation status:

The book is available for translation into any language except those listed below:

Already translated. Translated by ANA CLAUDIA BASTOS ROEN
Author review:
It is a pleasure to work with Ana.
Already translated. Translated by Bernarda Rojas Valenzuela
Author review:
Very responsive and conscientious. Excited to work on next novel in the series with her.

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