Andrew Jackson Vs. New World Order
is historical fiction and unadulterated Americana. It's an adventure yarn, set in our glorious Revolutionary War period. There were a lot of great men in America around 1780. One was Andrew Jackson; a populist, patriot, and visionary nationalist.
Young Jackson is the star of my adventure tale. He was a hero in the Revolutionary War and also the War of 1812-14. In my drama, he fights a British plot, hatched by the evil Dr. Fox, to break the spirit of the American rebels by spiking their drinking water with a magic potion. The young rebel Jackson must rely on his own instincts to foil the plans of King George, III, the BCRAM cartel, and the wily Dr. Fox. On an allegorical level, my book has some strong social, political and moral messages for our citizens. It is about good versus evil; Jackson, the daring rebel, versus Dr. Fox, the master conspirator himself. On another level, it's the American patriot struggling against the agents of the international cartel, BCRAM, which is at the center of a maze of intrigue stretching from London to Charleston, South Carolina.
Sounds like the New World Order to me!
William Hughes is a Baltimore attorney, political commentator, and author. His first book was Creating a New Ireland: A Tribute to the Irish Lobby. A history buff, Hughes is a fan of Andrew Jackson, a strong supporter of the American Republic, and an arch foe of the New World Order.