ZERO DAY – China's Cyber War
Zero Day: China's Cyber Wars is a timely addition to the suspense Spy Literature genre. With cyberterrorism on everyone's minds, this fictional account of China's efforts to marginalize the U.S. economy through persistent cyberattacks, culminating in a debilitating zero day attack against critical financial infrastructure, will have readers racing to change their passwords and update their security settings.
This is the third installment of the Logan Alexander espionage series, pitting CIA officer, Alexander against a cast of international villains bent on destroying the U.S. Alexander and his brave band of Special Forces operators are there to save the day. KIRKUS Reviews says, "The plot races at breakneck speed and artfully combines grand geopolitical drama with political plausibility. There is no shortage of bureaucratic and technological complexity, and readers looking for a breezy adventure story might find the details daunting. But Williams has produced a believable, timely tale brimming with cinematic power. A skillfully rendered account of superpowers locked in covert war."
Zero Day won the 2017 Florida Authors and Publishers gold President's award for adult fiction, and is a finalist in the Royal Palm Literary Awards Competition. Williams and his wife Carol make their home in Ponte Vedra Beach, Florida, where he is busy working on his fourth book.
About T.L. Williams (Jacksonville, Florida Author)
T. L. Williams is a retired Central Intelligence Agency Operations Officer with over thirty years of experience conducting and managing covert operations in Asia, Europe and Eastern Europe.
He is the recipient of the American Political Science Association's Congressional Fellowship as well as a Tufts University Latin American Teaching Fellowship. Mr. Williams trained with Special Forces early in his career and subsequently supported the military around the globe. Prior to his tenure at CIA, Williams taught at the University of San Carlos in Guatemala City, worked for Bell Helicopter training the Imperial Iranian Army-Air Force in Esfahan, Iran and taught at Bunka University in Tokyo, Japan. His awards include the Nato Service Medal, CIA’s Career Intelligence Medal, The Bosnian Service Medal and the National Intelligence Medal from the Government of Taiwan. The Ponte Vedra Beach-based writer holds degrees from Bridgewater State College, where he studied anthropology, philosophy and literature, the School for International Training, and Long Ridge Writer’s Group. His award winning debut novel, Cooper's Revenge, was published in 2013. The sequel, Unit 400 – The Assassins, which was released in January 2014 was awarded a 2014 Florida authors and Publishers President’s Award. His third novel, Zero Day: China’s Cyber Wars, won the 2017 gold FAPA President's Award for Adult Fiction and is a finalist in the Royal Palm Literary Award Competition. He is currently working on his fourth novel, which deals with an ISIS fifth column in the U.S.