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"The Threat From Within" by Charles Lee is a thrilling novel of good versus evil.
Las Vegas, NV (PRWEB) August 19, 2014
According to Pew Research Center, 78 percent of teens have a cell phone and roughly half are smartphone users. This high percentage plus regular usage have raised the question of whether cell phones and cell phone towers are harmful to societys health.
In Charles Lees new book, seven high school students with special abilities must stop an Eastern European research institute from using cell phone towers to destroy the mental capacity of teens. With the heavy use of cell phones by teens and increasing presence of cell towers throughout the United Sates, the terrorists have found the ultimate threat.
The Threat From Within highlights the potential risk of radiation from cell phone towers on brain development and mental health. Lees novel poses many questions and concerns on the heated topic of cell phones.
The book is a thrilling adventure that provides awareness of a topic that is current and controversial, Lee said.
Will the seven extraordinary teenagers be able to defeat the evil terrorists or will cell phones be the demise of the youth?
For more information, visit http://www.thethreatfromwithin.com.
The Threat From Within
By Charles Lee
Available in softcover, hardcover, e-book
Available on Amazon, Barnes & Noble and Xlibris
About the author
Charles Lee received a bachelors degree from North Central College in Naperville, Illinois and a masters degree from Southern Methodist University in Dallas. Lee served as a Marine in the Korean War. Following his service, he spent fourteen years in technical and executive positions with contractors of the Atomic Energy Commission. He is the author of the sequel The Threat From Within Defeated and The Adventures of Ickle, Packy, Pickle and Gooch. Lee is the proud father of two daughters.
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