The space race was a lie, and the cold war wasn’t as cold as you thought. While we were playing spy versus spy, conducting an arms race and a space race on Earth, things were heating up in the solar system.

In 1959, an alien vessel crashed on the Navajo reservation, ushering forth a colonial space race in the solar system between the two superpowers. The prize is the mysterious metal known only as alloy-x and the alien technology that promises to make one nation or the other the dominant superpower in the arms race. The American commander finds himself fighting with the toughest antagonist of his career. He had finally met his nemesis. The stakes are high. Losing the struggle could tip the balance of power on the Earth, giving the Soviets the advantage in Earth’s cold war.

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My name is Morris E. Graham and I’ve recently published my debut sci-fi novel. I live in central Arkansas, USA. I am married, and father of four, 59 years old. I work in technical support, but my love is creative writing. I literally can’t listen to the radio, watch TV, or observe people just living life without getting some springboard idea to write about. My first novel, “Warzone: Nemesis” is a military science fiction novel, but I view it as much, much more. You might think that a military sci-fi book would just be about techy gadgets and violence, but I took the time and care to write about characters, and I believe my characters are engaging.

This first installment of a trilogy took me ten years to complete, and book two “Warzone: Operation Wolfhunt” is in the works now, and it should be completed by 2016. The final installment of this trilogy will be called “Warzone: Unlikely Alliance.”

I own and operate Graham’s Publishing House, and at this present time, all projects are on hold while I work on the Free Ebooks Project. This is where I restore, edit and republish classics in the public domain and put them up for free distribution. My first one, “The Curse of Capistrano: The Mark of Zorro” was originally published in 1917 and I edited and cleaned it up, and it is on my website for download, free of charge. Presently I am working on “The Count of Monte Cristo.”

One thing I can say, I believe in detail and accuracy in confirmable facts. Whether it be to confirm that jalapeno poppers were actually being offered for sale in 1985, or to the smallest detail about military protocols. I hope you enjoy the book(s) as much as did writing them.

Find out more about Morris by visiting his website,