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With sixteen books and three series published, Charles G. Irion is ready to try his hand at a stand-alone.

His first stand-alone, F四UR, is available NOW on Amazon.

FOUR means death for us all. FOUR people have FOUR days to prevent World War FOUR...and save the world from destruction.

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2025—A simmering conflict in the South China Sea erupts into total war between the People’s Republic of China and the United States… A war that raged not only on land, at sea, and in the air, but also in space and cyberspace. A war that narrowly avoided oblivion.


2045—It's been twenty years after the war which took the planet to the brink of annihilation, the map of the world has been redrawn. China has emerged as the dominant economic power, exerting its influence on every continent. The United States has retreated into isolationism, protected only by its strategic nuclear arsenal.


Now, the fragile peace is once more threatened.

In FOUR days, the fate of the world will be decided.


Marc Devlon—Pursued by ruthless assassins, Devlon, a CIA case officer, must protect a Chinese agent who is carrying a dangerous secret that may plunge the US and China into war

Melanie Hart—Poised to unveil a revolutionary new virtual reality technology, TrueVision CEO Melanie Hart runs headlong into the isolationist policies of the incoming US president, and finds herself the unlikely leader of a revolution

George Allen—Commander of the aerial combat group for a US Navy carrier strike force, Colonel Allen and his aviators face a deadly new technology that will change the balance of power forever

Clark Jameson—Presiding over a transition of sweeping political change and all but stripped of political power, Jameson, the outgoing president, faces an unprecedented global crisis that will take his country to the brink of total war

After you’ve finished FOUR, check out BEYOND THE PAGE

at the back of the book for a special feature...

World Wars and World War III as written by Neal X. Alire in his award winning book “A Brief History of the Third World War”




















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