Books and Magazines — July 15, 2013 at 2:15 pm

New Market author releases third installment of series

 Michelle Whitman, publicist
 Key Marketing Group
 Phone: (877) 727-0697
Tuesday, July 09, 2013

New Market author releases third installment of series

NEW MARKET, Md. — After the successful releases of his two previous novels, New Market author Charles A. Salter now


celebrates the nationwide release of the third installment of his “eBay Detective” series, “The eBay Guardian.”
The story introduces readers to Brad Stout, a U.S. Army major and expert in radiation defense at the military’s premier radiation defense lab. Following some recent tragic events, Stout is assigned to monitor online sales of radioactive materials in an effort to prevent terrorists from accessing items that can make dirty bombs. In previous encounters with the terrorist gang known as the Brood, he has barely escaped with his life. Now, they are back in “The eBay Guardian,” and as Stout investigates several suspicious dealers he encounters another eBay tracker who calls himself Curmudgeon Lee. Forging an uneasy alliance, Stout and Lee uncover a plot to assassinate a top government official in a faked hospital accident. But who? When and where?  And can Stout trust the eBay Curmudgeon Lee or is this all a trick to take him down instead?
Brad’s Cajun family return to help and all secrets of the mysterious WWII diary are at last revealed in this astounding conclusion to The eBay Detective’s first trilogy!
Published by Tate Publishing and Enterprises, the book is available through bookstores nationwide, from the publisher, or by visiting or
Salter served for nine years as an active-duty Army officer at the Armed Forces Radiobiology Research Institute and, six of those years, as director of the Medical Effects of Ionizing Radiation course, which he taught world-wide to enhance the free world’s medical defenses against the effects of nuclear and radiological weapons.
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