Author Tommy Anderson will be coming to the San Bernardino Public Library to discuss his new book, Haboob Wind on Tuesday, November 5 at 6 PM. Haboob Wind is a military thriller, which has been optioned with Global Edge Pictures and is currently in pre-production.
ABOUT HABOOB WIND: It’s 2021, 20 years after the 9/11 terrorist attacks on America and celebrations to the heroes and survivors are suddenly disrupted by a long-planned terrorist attack within the U.S. An Electronic Pulse Weapon (EPW) missile attack along with a ground terrorist assault is launched at a Southern California military installation — supported by thousands of sleeper cell members, who camouflaged themselves into the fabric of American society as patriots working in trusted positions in the government, law enforcement, FBI and CIA.
The invasion, called Haboob Wind (a violent Arabic dust storm), is orchestrated by a radical jihad army formed after the U.S. pulled out of Iraq in 2011. A vintage strike force, led by veteran military officers, is called on to defeat the terrorist group. In an epic battle of good versus evil, Anderson confidently showcases the resourcefulness and patriotism of our veterans to protect our life, liberty, and freedom against all odds of modern warfare.
Anderson, a native of Madison, Wisconsin, is a retired veteran (active duty and reserves) with 23 years of experience in several military organizations including the U.S. Army, Army National Guard and Air National Guard. After his military retirement he spent 25 years in public service as a police deputy and dispatcher, firefighter and medic. Anderson serves on the board of directors for US4Warriors and recently was named Chief Operating Officer of its offshoot, Veteran’s Publishing, Inc. Anderson is a Colonel in the Commemorative Air Force, working with aviation museums promoting and speaking about living history. He is also a life member of the American Legion, Veteran of Foreign Wars, Disabled American Veterans, 32nd Infantry Division Association, International Association of Firefighters Alumni Association, and U.S. Air Force and U.S. Air National Guard Fire Chief's Association and an award winning photographer and artist.
This free program will take place in Kellogg Room B at the Feldheym Central Library at 555 W. 6th Street in San Bernardino. Books will be available for purchase. For more information call the library at 909-381-8238 or visit www.sbpl.org