Radiation Wipeout: New eBook From
Publication facilitated by Larry Edwards
SAN DIEGO, Calif. Chet Cunningham, one of San Diego's most prolific authors, has released Radiation Wipeout, his latest ebook in his long-running series of action/adventure novels.
A crime fighter is caught up in a murder case that soon escalates into a theft of plutonium pellets from a hospital and the death of most of the residents of a small Oregon town.
Radiation Wipeout is available for download at:
Cunningham published his first novel in 1968. Since then, he has written and had published 309 works of fiction and 15 nonfiction books.
- Amazon.com (compatible with Kindle, iPad, iPhone, iPod Touch, PC, Mac, Blackberry, and Android-based devices)
- Barnes & Noble (compatible with Nook, iPad, iPhone, PC, Mac, and Android-based devices)
He is equally adept on horseback, in the techno-thriller arena, or recounting military history. His output includes 145 westerns and 50 men's action/adventure novels, many of which are now available as ebooks. He is a co-founder of the San Diego Writers Workshop and the San Diego Book Awards.
In December, Cunningham released his latest Navy SEALs novel, Dirty-Bomb Terror, which is available for download as an ebook at:
In October, Cunningham released North Korean Blowup, also available as an ebook at:
Larry Edwards facilitated the publication of these three ebooks for Mr. Cunningham. Cover designs for the ebooks by Tim Brittain, a San Diego-based graphic design professional.
Edwards also has coordinated the publication of ebooks written by:
- A.C.E. Wheelwright A Simple Space Engineering Matter, an adventure-mystery ebook for young adults, available for download at:
- William Hesselbacher and Michael C. Lee The Golden Ketch, a tale of sailing and intrigue set against the backdrop of World War II in the South Pacific, available for download at:
For additional information, contact: Larry Edwards
About Larry M Edwards
Edwards edits fiction and nonfiction books, and consults with authors regarding book proposals and their publishing options. He is an award-winning investigative journalist, the author of two books as well as two published short stories, and a former newspaper and magazine editor. He teaches writing and publishing workshops, and is a judge for the San Diego Book Awards.
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To learn more, visit: www.larryedwards.com