Monday, March 21, 2011

The Harrison Court-006 Saga

Harrison Court-006 a black-ops spy emerges once again to delve into the dangerous world of espionage in the spy thriller sequel SPIES AMONG US from the Harrison Court-006 Saga.


The villain is an ex-CIA agent gone rogue. The pool bar SpyGirl is his accomplice in kidnapping the protagonist's girlfriend and overpowering his FBI associate. The succession of events collide at the prestigious Splendide Royal Hotel in Rome with climatic intrigue and reveals a den of SPIES AMONG US. When the protagonist realizes that his girlfriend has been abducted, a high speed car chase ensues through the streets of Rome. The onslaught of gunfire unravels the real plot at hand taking the black-ops spy to a Stars Wars-like super weapon reality into a dimension of uncertainty, chaos, and mayhem that potentially alters the course of history.

JAMES BOND meet HARRISON COURT-006...
The highly acclaimed spy thriller "Spies Among Us" has been compared to James Bond and Jason Bourne and has been adapted to screenplay for film production.


"The suave, sophisticated, debonair, and dangerous Harrison Court-006 leads the story with an incredible command that many if not most spy thrillers lack. The book is a perfect 10"--author Kay Zen.
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Author Fran Lewis declares "Harrison Court is every woman's hero and every foe's nightmare in an ending so bone chilling that not even Patterson or Berry's novels could compare to that of author Kensington Roth.



Audiences can look forward to Harrison Court-006 as the new American spy-hero. The Harrison Court Saga opens in Hong Kong for a clandestine meeting between Court and his Chinese counterpart Ying. The story's intriguing espionage develops throughout various locations in Hong Kong, Rome, Washington DC, China, Maryland, Singapore, Malaysia, Florida, and Chicago.

Thursday, February 3, 2011

ABLE DANGER Book Reviews

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  5.0 out of 5 stars--is a fast-moving novel of spies, politics and international intrigue.
By
"Sheila Deeth" (OR, USA)

This review is from: Able Danger (Kindle Edition)
Able Danger, by Kensington Roth, is a fast-moving novel of spies, politics and international intrigue. The characters travel between the US, China, ToraBora and Italy, with convincing accents and dialog well-rendered, even to the realism of simultaneous conversations and bracketed captions for foreign words. Scenery is carefully described almost like dressing a movie set, and action given in detail.  

The main protagonist, Agent Harrison Court introduces himself in chapter two, with a quick first-person nod to James Bond. Then a third-person narrator takes over. Court, who works for a "nonexistent sector of the CIA," is heading for a meeting in Hong Kong on his way to meet his intended "China doll" bride. Plot, counter-plot and conspiracy theory intertwine from this first discussion, with fictionalized real-world terrorism coming under curiously confident suspicion. Special effects abound in the threat of super-weapons, high-speed car-chases, and "B-52s bombers landing two thousand pound bombs." 

The conclusion promises a fascinating direction for the sequel. 


5.0 out of 5 stars--Nonstop Action--Kensington Roth has created a rollercoaster of a thriller.
By 
Sandra Kirkland (High Point, NC)
  
This review is from: Able Danger (Kindle Edition)
Mining the conspiracy theories of 9/11, Kensington Roth has created a rollercoaster of a thriller. The same forces that the conpiracists believe really caused 9/11, the government, the military, the corporations that thrive on war, are now ready for the next roll of the dice. 9/12 will be blamed on the Chinese as well as the Middle Eastern terrorists, creating a furor and desire for an invasion of the Chinese mainland. 

Standing between this plan and the American people is Agent 006--Harrison Court. He has been given the authority to do anything it takes to make the United States safe, and that includes plots like this. His adversary is Desage, an ex-CIA agent now working for the other side. 

The big twist is that unknown to those creating a false conspiracy, China really is an adversary. They have created a new weapon that silently kills and maims anyone in its path. Can Court and his Chinese lover thwart these plans and ward off deployment of this new weapon? 

Roth has created a thriller that takes the reader on a breaktaking ride from Italy to China to the caves of Tora Bora. This book is recommended for readers of spy novels who like non-stop action.


4.0 out of 5 stars--Covert groups, spies on spies, the race is on!
By 
Betty Gelean "nightreader" (Smithers, BC)
This review is from: Able Danger (Perfect Paperback)
BOOK TOUR REVIEW by Betty Gelean 
"Able Danger" by Kensington Roth 

Covert groups, spies on spies-the "Harrison Court-006 Saga" series will keep the reader traveling the world. It opens with what appears to be a nice normal American suburban household which is suddenly disrupted in a very peculiar way. The family becomes an unwitting test subject. 

Kensington Roth has taken a political debacle beyond its limits. His protagonist is a black-ops spy Harrison Court-006. Roth's book is a very compelling work of fiction that ties into reality very well. The style of writing is very descriptive, and the reader can picture whatever Court sees and encounters. The author's sense of place and time is exquisite, and the characterizations are believable and consistent. 

The action grows all the way through the book. Court discovers some kind of super-weapon, Gravvox and must hunt down a rogue ex-CIA agent. The plot becomes a runaway train to locate the ex-agent and to learn the who, what, and when. A plausible scenario with a great and terrible surprise ending. Fortunately Roth is on his toes and the next book "Spies Among Us" will be out soon because I can't wait to find out what direction the sequel will take. 
by Betty Gelean  Author of "Bagpipe Memories" 
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Wednesday, August 11, 2010

Is James Bond dead? This week's EW cover

by Entertainment Weekly
August 5, 2010

These are dark days for James Bond fans. It will likely be years before 007 returns to the screen, thanks to money troubles at MGM, Bond’s longtime studio, which has been up for sale since November.

Even Daniel Craig seems to have moved on, signing up for the lead in a different potential franchise, The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo. The last time the Bond series was put on this sort of “indefinite” hold was back in the early 1990s, after a series of legal battles (and Timothy Dalton) nearly wrecked the series. It took six years to get it up and running again. And in Hollywood today, six years is an eternity.

“No franchise can afford to be away from screens for that long anymore,” says a former MGM exec. “You lose too much momentum. Even for Bond, it could be deadly.” Of course, Bond has defied death before — just ask Blofeld — so we’re not counting him out just yet.

One possibility: “[MGM] should sell the Bond franchise for a billion dollars to some sovereign company in Abu Dhabi and promise to make Bond movies in Abu Dhabi from now on,” suggest one financial analyst familiar with the MGM sale. The name is Bond, Jamal Bond. We could live with that. For more on the Bond franchise’s woes, pick up the new issue of Entertainment Weekly.

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Harrison Court-006 has been compared to James Bond and Bourne Identity. The charming, sleek Harrison Court-006 leads the story with incredible grace, adventure, and elegance that many if not most spy thrillers lack. The book is a perfect 10--author Kay Zen.

Author Fran Lewis declares Harrison Court is every woman’s hero and every foe's nightmare in an ending so bone chilling that not even Patterson or Berry’s novels could compare to that of author Kensington Roth.

Special effects abound in the threat of super-weapons, high-speed car-chases, and B-52 bombers landing two thousand pound bombs--author Sheila Deeth.

Roth has created a thriller that takes the reader on a breath-taking ride from Italy to China to the caves of Tora Bora. This book is recommended for readers of spy novels who like non-stop action--author Sandie Kirkland

Since the next Bond movie has been put off indefinitely (Reuters-4/19/10), the new American Spy-Hero Harrison Court is ready to take global audiences for an action packed, explosive, spy-thriller adventure on the silver screen.

Audiences can look forward to Harrison Court-006 as the new American spy-hero adapted from Kensington Roth's spy novel "Able Danger." The Harrison Court-006 saga opens in Hong Kong for a clandestine meeting between Court and his Chinese counterpart Ying. The story's intriguing espionage develops throughout various locations in Hong Kong, Rome, Washington DC, China, Maryland, Singapore, Malaysia, Florida, and Chicago.

The Able Danger film project is in development for production targeting moviegoers worldwide. Bond fans alike can expect knock out sexy spy-girls; a hi-speed, perilous car chase; exotic locations; and espionage at its best.

Who will play the charismatic, leading man? Johnny Depp is slated for the role of Harrison Court-006 opposite the sexy and alluring Maggie Q as his spy-girl Missong. Court's Chinese counterpart Ying is a role only Jet Li can deliver. Mark Ruffalo is cast to depict the ruthless DaSage, and his spy-girl Volace is best portrayed by the beautiful Caterina Murino.

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Friday, August 6, 2010

INTELL FROM THE PRC

Chinese Missile Could Shift Pacific Power Balance




by Eric Talmadge

(Tokyo) AP-Nothing projects U.S. global air and sea power more vividly than supercarriers. Bristling with fighter jets aboard the USS George Washington that can reach deep into even landlocked trouble zones, America's virtually invincible carrier fleet has long enforced its dominance of the high seas. China may soon put an end to that.

U.S. naval planners are scrambling to deal with what analysts say is a game-changing weapon being developed by China - an unprecedented carrier-killing missile called the Dong Feng 21D that could be launched from land with enough accuracy to penetrate the defenses of even the most advanced moving aircraft carrier at a distance of more than 900 miles.

The USS George Washington supercarrier recently deployed off North Korea in a high-profile show of U.S. sea power.

The Chinese navy has become Asia's largest and has expanded beyond its traditional mission of retaking Taiwan to push its sphere of influence deeper into the Pacific and protect vital maritime trade routes.

The Air Force's top surveillance and intelligence officer, Lt. Gen. David Deptula, told reporters this week that China's effort to increase anti-access capability is part of a worrisome trend.

Able Danger

Excerpt from Chapter 4
INTELL FROM THE PRC


Court's mission is to gather intelligence on China's defensive weapons buildup. The mission is top priority based on the fact that over the years China has been expending enormous budgets on the proliferation of defensive weapons systems. Court needs to know why? What is China's long-term goals of supremacy? Their military stockpile is obviously in preparation for something large scale-sufficient to match that of the US? Is it to regain their long time quest to regain possession of Taiwan? Is China embarking on a strategy to extend their communist arm to seal Taiwan by dominating the US?

“What do you have working? Not a whole lot, am I right? Do you think China is going to remain a sleeping panda forever? Their time is coming and you and your poker playing analysts had better get off their asses. The panda is kinda...getting an appetite. It's sooner than you think. Look, we'll play this operation at their own game...copy their techniques.”

“How is this going to help the bureau? If you can't get it up and running in a month, it won't impress my station chief.”

“Your station chief is asleep at the wheel just like the boys on the hill. I need some time but I'm sure it will produce results right away. Your so-called analyst's prediction is way off.”

“Meaning?”

“Peters it's sooner than you think...within five years China will become a major military threat. Remember ninety-five percent of all US products are made in China. If the communist party wants to squeeze the US all they have to do is impose severe taxes on our factories or just shut off the power. Those black-outs they have every week could become permanent. What makes you think China and the pinko party are going to sit still when they have a prime opportunity in their lap?...and we handed it to them.”

“I don't think your bureau has grasped the ideology of their culture. When are they going to get with the program? Just like your so-called analyst predicted by 2050 China will become an economic and military threat. Apparently, someone high up in the bureau shares my opinion. The Pentagon is on top of it. They just finished building 100 new submarine slips in Guam. Let's say for a moment that China decided to impose a factory shutdown or strike if you will...for whatever reason...a month or longer. Let's say for three months all US products made in China are no longer crowding Walmart's shelves. Do you suppose for one minute what the impact would be to our economy? Who would make our products for almost nothing? China is the riskiest link in our economic chain. And as you know the Chinese are most eager to get their hands on US trade secrets. Don't be fooled for one minute. They were able to steal our Commerce Secretary's laptop from a conference in Beijing.”

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Thursday, July 29, 2010

B-2 CLASSIFIED

China's Espionage: What's At Stake?


by Edward Appel-FBI Special Agent, 1973-1997
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The FBI ranks China as one of the greatest potential espionage threats over the next decade.
China is trying to build its military power. So, it benefits when it can basically steal the plans to weapon systems to improve their own weapon systems based on things they find out. They actually want to acquire weapons that other countries have.

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They basically manufacture a great deal of what we use. And that's their goal. They want to be the Japan of this era. They want to be able to dominate world manufacturing. So a lot of their espionage is focused on that economic advantage that they might gain.

However, I do think that to some extent we have lost the counterintelligence war against the Chinese intelligence services (MSS). I think there are quite a few cases in which the Chinese have succeeded in collecting classified information from U. S. government sources.

And I think it's clear from public statements, that in the last few years the U. S. has come to an increasing recognition of the potential danger posed by the intelligence services of China here in the U. S.

The Chinese command and the military have actually written books saying that the great equalizer is that the U. S. is so dependent on its computers that we can even the score by basically using the Internet against the United States. That's a great equalizer in a conflict.

Larry Wu-Tai Chin
Born in Beijing, Larry Wu-Tai Chin began working for the United States during World War II, when, because of his English language skills, he was recruited by the U.S. Army as a translator and interpreter for the U.S. Army Liaison Office. In 1948, he undertook the same duties at the U.S. Consulate in Shanghai, and at this time he developed contacts within Chinese intelligence (MSS).

In 1952, Chin joined the Foreign Broadcast Information Service [FBIS], a division of the CIA, in Okinawa, Japan. He continued to be in communication with his Chinese contacts and would meet regularly with them in Hong Kong to exchange information. In 1961, the FBIS transferred Chin to a position in California, and Chinese intelligence set him up in Canada with a courier, to whom he could provide information. Four years later, Chin became a U. S. citizen. In 1970 Chin was promoted to an FBIS position in Arlington, Va., where he handled highly sensitive information, including reports from U. S. agents abroad and then retired in 1981.

In 1982, after receiving a tip from a source in China, the FBI began to suspect Chin was a spy. When Yu Qiangsheng, the Chinese intelligence officer who had provided the tip, defected to the United States in 1985, he brought his file on Chin with him, and the FBI interrogated Chin that November. When presented with the name of his Ministry of State Security (MSS) handler and evidence of their relationship, Chin confessed to spying for China. Chin became one of 14 people charged with espionage in 1985, "The Year of the Spy."

At his February 1986 espionage trial, Chin maintained that he had been passing the information to China in order to help improve relations between the two countries. It took less than a week for the jury to find him guilty of espionage, conspiracy, and tax evasion. Later that month, Chin killed himself in his prison cell before he could be sentenced.

From Harrison Court-006

Able Danger

Excerpt from Chapter 3
B-2 CLASSIFIED


In the Ministry room is Court's China contact Ying who is a MSS-Ministry of State Security agent in his forties. He puts his teacup and saucer down on the coffee table, stands up, and shakes hands with Court. He hasn't seen Court for some time and directs a condescending tone. “Harrison, how are you?...The trip can be long and exhausting. Can I offer you some tea?” Court turns away from the window. “You know I'm a Rob Roy man.” Ying sips his tea and sarcastically replies, “is it Johnnie Walker or Mr. Regal?” Court becomes impatient and forceful. “You continue to test my resistance. Your waking phone call to rush this!...You take pleasure in negotiating with me!” Ying makes the Rob Roy drink at the bar and brings it to Court along with his tea and sits at the table.

Court begins to dictate the rules anticipating the meeting will conclude shortly. “This is the last time we can meet, it's too risky.” Court sips his drink and turns to face Ying. “When my soon to be wife Missong visits her family in Singapore, you will send someone to the Raffles Hotel. She'll be expecting a shiny limousine to receive her. She'll have a small, red box which she'll leave for the driver upon her departure to show her appreciation. The box will contain the gift you so desire. Must I remind you...she must only know that your employer treat her with respect.”

“Yes, with all due respect...your most elegant China doll. The B-2 schematics have received new urgency. My government is most grateful for your assistance in this matter. The half million will be wired according to your instructions.” Impatient, Court sits on the arm of the love seat. “If your party friends want the icing they'll gladly smooth the cake. It's not a half, just the whole million...US!” Court points his index finger at Ying in an assertive manner. “And we won't discuss the incidentals of money again...correct!” “Yes, Mr. Court...you will have your US dollars. I was foolish to think I can get something like this at a bargain.” Ying displays satisfaction for his achievement with a slight smile. “Incorporating the B-2 into our fleet will make China the People's Republic proud to instill our superpower hegemony.”

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Court thinks about the magnificence of the B-2. The most secretive bomber ever produced for the US Air Force. Because of its ability to fly at incredibly high altitudes and because of its unique design, it's invisible to radar making it a superior, formidable weapon. Other than the contractor who built it, only a few US military personnel have ever seen it close up. Ying and his country will do anything and pay any sum to have this weapon system in their possession. Knowing its awesome offensive capability is why Ying's first priority is to execute the communist party's demands to incorporate the B-2 into the Chinese Air Force. The black stealth bomber displays an alien-like commanding presence in the sky with its staircase-tail configuration and low frequency engine roar.

Court pulls out a chair from the table, turns it around, and sits down. He speaks directly to Ying's face in a low, but direct tone. “It must not be picked up by our eyes in the sky. The intell boys can't suspect a hint of what you intend to build. Are we clear? Disguise the technology with new research from your military scientists. Ying, you must exhaust every detail to prevent the detection of this aircraft. I don't plan on compromising my position.” “Understood, of course Mr. Court. We have thoroughly prepared for it's deception. It will be given every consideration in compliance with it's nonexistence.” Court is very concerned that the bomber must not be detected by the US. “Where will you test it? Do you have a base to accommodate the testing phase? Can you carry out the test operations with your fighter jets and the B-2's primary objective, once it's operational?”

Ying is overly cooperative and provides Court with classified information about China's military secrets which is what Court greatly desires. “The Kashi facility near the Silk Road can adequately service the B-2's size and testing operations. The bomber's purpose...is strictly a deterrent.” “Ying, it is absolutely essential that your air defense batteries be removed-they're red flags for the satellites. Prepare a smooth long-term phaseout so nothing is suspected. Don't leave your hangar doors open in the daytime and turn off all heat emitting systems at night. Paint the perception of a normal low-level military facility.” Ying understands that a meticulous preparation is necessary and wants to comply with Court's every demand. “It will be arranged as you ordered. You are very thorough Mr. Court.” Court walks to the window and again looks out with suspicion. He plays over and over in his head that it's China's spy pilots who can risk the entire operation which may result in the cessation of vital Chinese intelligence that his mission heavily depends on.

In an angry tone Court makes it crystal clear to Ying that the margin of error shall be nonexistent. “Absolutely no more flybys by your ballsy pilots! They can look and observe, make their presence known...other than that-business as usual!...Understand! Do you understand! Maintain a normal response, absolutely no interference...We can't afford another Hainan incident. Your pilot flew so freaking close that we could see him holding a sign with his email address! Where did that get you!” Court turns to face Ying and shouts, “A dead pilot!”

Ying is embarrassed by the failure and death of one of his pilots. A spy pilot that became over confident, flew too close to a US reconnaissance cargo plane over Hainan Island and subsequently crashed his jet. “I agree. It was foolish and unproductive. I assure you it not happen again. You will have your payment by the time you return. I will expect your pretty China girl visiting Singapore very soon, yes?” “She'll be there and next time I'll contact you through your Consulate General when I take my weekend trip to New York...same hotel.” Ying stands up and walks toward Court at the window and speaks to him in Mandarin. “Your driver is waiting for you.” Ying leaves the room embarrassed by Court's reminder of his dead pilot and the shame it brought upon his country. Court remains sipping his Rob Roy looking out the window reflecting on his conversation with Ying contemplating his next move with a smile of gratification. Discover if Ying acquires the B-2 weapon system which will make China the greatest military in the world.




Thursday, July 22, 2010

BEIJING IS KNOCKING

Post-Cold War, darker side of spy game moves east


By George Jahn
From Harrison Court-006
VIENNA (AP) – In the world of 21st-century espionage, the U. S. arrest of Russian sleeper agents was a sideshow. These days, the darkest struggles play out thousands of miles to the east where al-Qaida double agents kill CIA operatives, Iranian nuclear scientists disappear or die mysteriously, and clues gathered secretly in the desert reveal alarming threats of nuclear proliferation.

Emerging giants such as China pose different threats as they use the most sophisticated cyber technology to snoop on established world powers. Marc Sageman, a former CIA operations officer said "what has changed is the political landscape and the players. The Chinese, for instance are spying on us more than they ever did."

A bomb, planted on a motorcycle, killed Iranian nuclear scientist Massoud Ali-Mohammadi last January outside his home near Tehran. Then, there is the mystery of Shahram Amiri. Also an Iranian nuclear expert, he disappeared in Saudi Arabia a year ago. Seven CIA employees and a Jordanian intelligence officer died in a bombing at a U.S. base in Afghanistan in late December by a man posing as an informer — and wearing a suicide vest.

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Excerpt from Chapter 11

BEIJING IS KNOCKING


There's a dead silence for a moment as he continues to ponder the situation. He slowly walks out of his bedroom into the hallway and surprisingly gets a 9mm with a silencer pressed against his head. DaSage can only feel the drilling pressure from the gun and hear the intruder's orders.

“Put your hands in your pockets. Keep walking. You know what I come for. We know all about you Mr. DaSage. Your CIA days as Beijing writer are past. Now you're on a new mission, yes? We watch you long time. What you do in Rome? See your ex-wife or maybe you have something much more important?” Speaking forcefully and demanding in English with a Chinese accent Chiang demands immediate results.

“We lose patience with you and your government.” Chiang whacks DaSage behind his knee caps with his knum chucks causing DaSage to collapse to the floor. Chiang slip ties his prisoner's wrists pulling tight. DaSage is on his stomach with one side of his face flat to the floor as Chiang presses down on his head with great force putting DaSage in a most painful position. Defiant and extremely angry DaSage refuses to be intimidated. “I have no freaking clue what the hell you're talking about! My ex-wife and I are close friends so what. You have a problem with that?”

Not hearing the right answer, Chiang grows impatient and frustrated. “You Americans still think PRC is a third world ancient country. Where is the disc Mr. DaSage? It will be a pleasure to dump your body after we get what we want. Get up slowly and we walk.”

Chiang presses his gun to DaSage's head and holds the knum chucks by his side, as they walk down the hallway. As they approach the head of the stairs, Chiang delivers another blow behind his knee caps with greater force causing DaSage to drop quickly thrashing down the stairs.
Discover Chiang's fate in Chapter 11.

Audiences can look forward to Harrison Court-006 as the new American spy-hero adapted from Kensington Roth's spy novel "Able Danger." The Harrison Court saga opens in Hong Kong for a clandestine meeting between Court and his Chinese counterpart Ying. The story's intriguing espionage develops throughout various locations in Hong Kong, Rome, Washington DC, China, Maryland, Singapore, Malaysia, Florida, and Chicago.

Who will play the charismatic, leading man? Johnny Depp is slated for the role of Harrison Court-006 opposite the sexy and alluring Maggie Q as his spy-girl Missong. Court's Chinese counterpart Ying is a role only Jet Li can deliver. Mark Ruffalo is cast to depict the ruthless DaSage, and his spy-girl Volace is best portrayed by the beautiful Caterina Murino.

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Wednesday, July 14, 2010

Intell From the PRC

Companies brace for end of cheap "made-in-China" era


By Elaine Kurtenbach
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SHANGHAI (AP) -- Factory workers demanding better wages and working conditions are hastening the eventual end of an era of cheap costs that helped make southern China the world's factory floor.

A series of strikes over the past two months have been a rude wake-up call for the many foreign companies that depend on China's low costs to compete overseas, from makers of Christmas trees to manufacturers of gadgets like the iPad.

Tax preferences for foreign companies ended in 2007. Land, water, energy and shipping costs are on the rise. Many of today's factory workers of toys and trinkets, Christmas trees and cheap shoes have higher ambitions than their parents, who generally saved their earnings from assembling toys and television sets for retirement in their rural hometowns.

Able Danger

Excerpts from Chapter 4- INTELL FROM THE PRC
Remember ninety-five percent of all US products are made in China. If the communist party wants to squeeze the US all they have to do is impose severe taxes on our factories or just shut off the power. Those black-outs they have every week could become permanent. What makes you think China and the pinko party are going to sit still when they have a prime opportunity in their lap?...and we handed it to them.”

"Let's say for a moment that China decided to impose a factory shutdown or strike if you will...for whatever reason...a month or longer. Let's say for three months all US products made in China are no longer crowding Walmart's shelves. Do you suppose for one minute what the impact would be to our economy? Who would make our products for almost nothing? China is the riskiest link in our economic chain. And as you know the Chinese are most eager to get their hands on US trade secrets. Don't be fooled for one minute.”

“In one hand China has the funds and the Russian weapons factories...and in the other hand they have the US by the _____. While the US is spending billions fighting three wars the PRC is building up their military machine. We're playing a game of checkers while they're playing a game of chess! Don't you see? It's a danger we're able to engage...We're able to realize the danger because we can as a superpower to survive and preserve our freedom. Hopefully our government is not looking the wrong way."



Audiences can look forward to Harrison Court-006 as the new American spy-hero adapted from Kensington Roth's spy novel Able Danger. The Harrison Court saga opens in Hong Kong for a clandestine meeting between Court and his Chinese counterpart Ying. The story's intriguing espionage develops throughout various locations in Rome, Washington DC, China, Maryland, Singapore, Malaysia, Florida, and Chicago.

Who will play the charismatic, leading man? Johnny Depp is slated for the role of Harrison Court-006 opposite the sexy and alluring Maggie Q as his spy-girl Missong. Court's Chinese counterpart Ying is a role only Jet Li can deliver. Mark Ruffalo is cast to depict the ruthless DaSage, and his spy-girl Volace is best portrayed by the beautiful Caterina Murino.

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ABOUT THE AUTHOR Genre Novelist/Screenwriter Known for his spy thrillers set in exotic locations across the globe, Kensington Roth is the author of this highly acclaimed, explosive spy-thriller since James Bond. Able Danger sets the international espionage spectrum of sequels.