Trailer and interview for The Ragnarok Conspiracy, new thriller by Erec Stebbins

A series of devastating attacks draws agent John Savas into a web of international intrigue. He must put aside his personal pain and work with a man who symbolizes all he has come to hate. Both must race against time to prevent a plot so terrible, that it threatens the stability of the world.
In a thriller that spans the globe in an ever-widening arc of mystery, intrigue and violence, all assumptions will be challenged.  In the end, only by transcending his own devastating loss can John Savas hope to stop the Ragnarök Conspiracy.
You have just watched the trailer and read the back cover copy for The Ragnarök Conspiracy, newly released by political and international thriller writer Erec Stebbins.  A self-proclaimed workaholic, Erec is a professional biomedical researcher with a flair for fiction.  Let’s get into the mind of this interesting character and those of his characters.

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