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Framed: The Second Book in the Thousand Years War Series (Volume 2)

By (author): Angel Ramon

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The Second Book in the Thousand Years War Series

After entering a virtual replica of Earth, where anything that happened in the virtual world happened on Earth, Angel gets a chance to live a normal life again.

Many months after the events of the first book, Angel and Maria are now married and enjoying their lives together.

Angel sells off his computer repair business in exchange for a NYPD uniform and a chance to be a lieutenant in the force. Things get even better for Angel, as his brother Robert comes over to NY for a visit.

However Robert wants to stay in NY for good. Angel gets his brother into the force through his uncle Carlos who happens to be a captain of the NYPD. Angel and Robert decide to go out and celebrate but Angel gets an emergency call to investigate a construction site. What should be a normal case for Lieutenant Angel is anything but normal.

A dead body is found at a construction site where competing businesses were gunning for each other for a contract for the site. A dead body is found in the construction site, but it is the body that grabs Angel’s attention. The dead body turns out to be that of Angel’s brother. Angel is angered by the idea of his brother getting killed, he goes after the man he believes that committed the murder. Long story short Angel uncover that the construction site is a front for a much bigger operation. As Angel makes the discovery, he is framed for the murder of respected police commissioner Frank Kelly, Angel goes from being a hero to being a felon on the run.

A surveillance camera clearly shows “Angel” committing the murder, but Angel was with friends that fateful night. Angel has a suspicion that the person who committed the murder was cloned to look exactly like Angel. Angel would be correct the virtual world has once again been tampered with and now with the ability to create clones of individuals using their DNA. As a result Angel is sent to prison just like in the first book. Angel must break out of prison and find a way into the virtual world to reverse time before his good name is ruined.

However as Angel will find out this conspiracy stems from more than just wanting to kill off the police commissioner. All of a sudden plutonium becomes a rather hot commodity, especially in the black market. Kidnapped kids aren’t being found, over 100 kids have been kidnapped and never been found. Finally mayoral elections are taking place this year just adding gasoline to the fire. Angel will uncover a conspiracy that will not only put NYC in danger, but also his reputation. More importantly his family’s name. The enemy is one that has a clear agenda and clearly wants to ruin Angel’s life if not destroy everything he has worked for.

The question is who is the enemy? Is it the gloobas themselves launching a sneak attack or is the enemy much closer to Angel and someone he claims as an ally? What do plutonium, dirty politics and a virtual world have in common? You’ll just have to find out, in the story of the century! Where no stone will be left unturned!

Framed: A LitFPS Sci-Fi Novel: The Second Book of the Thousand Years War Series (Kindle Edition)

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Hello my name is Angel Ramon and I am 26 years old. I am the author of The Thousand Years War my first sci-fi book which I am very proud of writing and it is also published as well in different markets already. I currently reside in Puerto Rico but was born and raised in Brooklyn New York. When I'm not writing I like to explore new horizons, hang out with friends and I'm a huge New York Yankees Baseball fan. I'm been an avid sci-fi writer since junior high but it was limited to only short stories. I got into being an author only 2 years ago thanks to my girlfriend who gave me the inspiration to write as she is a poet herself.

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