Fiction, Crime, and Techno-Thriller: #1 Best-Selling Kindle Science Category Novels
Engross yourself in a world of intrigue with survival and nuclear fiction novels by Barbara Billig. These fictional stories bring home the reality of what would or could happen.
The Nuclear Catastrophe
The Nuclear Catastrophe is a fiction novel of suspense and survival. Set in beautiful and sunny southern California, Ben and his pregnant wife Sara live in San Mirado. Ben is head of the Whitewater Nuclear Power Plant. On a fateful day, what could never happen does.
Ben and Sara, the plant workers, the people living in San Mirado, and those in adjacent cities all have to make decisions as to what to do and where to go. Their choices have both good and bad consequences, and some last forever.
History has shown us time after time what can go wrong will go wrong. What would you do? Your answers may be different after reading this novel. Also available as The Disquiet Survivors of The Nuclear Catastrophe in paperback. Read it today in paperback or e-book.
The Sequel to The Nuclear Catastrophe
#Betrayal has won an award in the fiction category of “Best First Chapter” from UP Authors!
Bryce Anderson, the owner of a large commercial electrical contracting company in Los Angeles, is hired by a United Nations delegation to inspect and prepare an independent report on the Fukushima disaster that is threatening the world. He finds that he is not necessarily welcomed by the Japanese. In fact, he seems to be the target of murder.
Fuji and his family in Japan are displaced by the Fukushima nuclear disaster and become nuclear refugees. John, a Los Angeles Times reporter, interviews and writes about what is happening to these forgotten people.
Sara, who survived the San Mirado nuclear disaster (in the first novel, The Nuclear Catastrophe), has moved to the San Francisco area and remarried but has a brain tumor. She volunteers for charity work benefitting the nuclear refugees when she is able.
This nuclear fiction novel of survival was released on March 11, 2014, on the third anniversary of the Fukushima nuclear catastrophe. Greed, lies, murder, and corruption entwine these characters. Whom would you trust? Read it today in paperback or e-book.
Nuclear Road Trip – Onward to Destruction
A Fiction Novel of What Is Coming
Nuclear Road Trip is about five nuclear scientists who work for the National Regulatory Commission as investigative consultants.
Theirs is a saga of cover-ups, intrigue, espionage, sabotage, and terrorism. Theirs is the future of what will happen should terrorists attack a Nuclear Reactor Power Plant and how individuals are torn asunder and pulled back together. The primary characters are John (Rocky) Rockford, Aadhil Nazir, Valeria Marta, Travis Pillar, Tressa Guileness, and the intrepid Bear-Lee-a-Dog III, who is our most instrumental character. Bear is a service dog who has worked within nuclear plants most of his life, and he knows all the ins and outs and all the smells and sounds. Bear’s primary job is to protect and serve Aadhil, who suffers from severe anxiety due to their work environment. Aadhil and John are the only two who work together.
The cover-up begins with four of our nuclear scientists taking a road trip down Route 66, heading toward a location outside of Chicago proper. En route, they discover it is now a well-traveled road with much to offer. They make many stops along the way, stopping to sit upon a giant rocking chair, among other things, and many times for Bear, but especially for Aadhil, who seemingly has a voracious appetite and loves to eat. The road trip allows John, Aadhil, Valeria, and Travis to get to know each other very well in a short amount of time.
Tressa, meanwhile, lives in Northern California, decides to take a more direct approach and travel the northernmost route. Both parties meet in Chicago before their vacations come to an end and spend time in Chicago sightseeing.
After playing, they decided to check out the Morristown Nuclear Power Plant, the same type of plant as Fukushima had. The plant is one of the oldest in the United States and has many problems. But besides the plant, there is evidence that some type of attack may be pending. There is no proof, but suspicious events are underway. ISIS is communicating over Twitter...they plan to far exceed the events of 9/11.
Life becomes very interesting and eventful, fraught with disaster.