About The Book:
The Sky Between Two worlds is a thinking person’s techno-thriller of a near-future world where two hostile powers have stealth warplanes that the other cannot detect. America is caught up in fragmented political parties, influential special interests, cross-border drone attacks and inexperienced leaders. After a drone strike goes tragically awry, the conflict crescendos into disaster.
The story follows Kantak Johnson, an Alaskan native, from MIT where he invented improved stealth planes, back to Alaska where he and friends seek to increase the self-sufficiency of the State, and where he risks all to defend Alaska and the Lower 48 from stealth attack. It is a story of intrigue, love, battle and survival in a future world of titanic East-West conflict.
Glen Books is a graduate of MIT (Physics), Rutgers (Mathematics and Biology) and Columbia University (Law). He spent much of his career in patent law at Bell Telephone Laboratories. Non-professional hobbies and activities included intercollegiate debating at MIT, Judo at the Bell Labs Judo Club, and fencing. He lives in New Jersey with his family and two dogs.