Every day, millions of people use their cars, cell phones, and computers. They commute to work by bus or train.Hospitals run efficiently. Food is delivered 'round the clock.Imagine all of that . . . gone.June 23, 2017: The United States is crippled by an Electromagnetic Pulse (EMP) attack, leaving every citizen in the dark, helpless and alone. It will happen again. Every thirty days another country will be attacked until the entire world is plunged into darkness.Captain Beverly Mossberg is assigned the task of reaching Washington, DC to assassinate the terrorist before he strikes again. She is accompanied by her two children, Michael, 9 and Jazmine, 12 and Sedona Armstrong, a stranger determined to join the party.They traverse a now lawless land, encountering the best - and the worst - humanity has to offer.Upon arriving in DC, Bev learns that she has been misled again. Only this time, she has the weight of saving the world on her shoulders.Neros Fiddle brings to the forefront a threat the government doesnt want to talk about. The danger of an Electromagnetic Pulse event is very real and possible. Not only a manmade attack, but a nature-made attack via solar flares from the sun.The book also puts women heroes in the limelight. Captain Beverly Mossberg and Sedona Armstrong are two capable women, despite their human vulnerabilities. Their journey is fraught with danger, action and drama. But the journey makes both women stronger and more determined to save the world from utter and complete darkness.What people are saying about Nero's Fiddle:The roller coaster ride of adrenaline through this book will keep you turning page after page.I once wanted to be Ripley (from Aliens) but now I want to be Beverly!smart, funny, devastating, mysterious, rich with description and layers, terrifying and fascinating all at once.