'Kenneth Pazder has written a book that serves both a great cause and our appetite for entertaining adventure stories. The great cause is educating us, the general public, about ongoing animal cruelty enterprises...The adventures are indeed well conceived and carried out by KJ, the novel's hero.
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The Story

The Invisible Reich is a fast-paced, action-packed journey that follows one man's quest to change the world for the millions of animals that are exploited, tortured and killed every day at the hands of human beings.

Kenneth Joseph Ares Pearce, ex-special forces soldier extraordinaire discovers a war going on right under his nose. It's global and ubiquitous, claiming 30,000,000 casualties a day - every day, seven days a week. Despite the staggering numbers, this war remains largely invisible to the masses. Something must be done.

This page-turner thoroughly entertains, while confronting one of the toughest issues of our time. How can one person make any difference in the war on animals which is invisible to most? This fictional work draws the roadmap.

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The Author

Kenneth Allan Pazder is an action-adventure writer from Vancouver, British Columbia. His interest in animal welfare inspired his debut work, The Invisible Reich. The incident that commanded that pen be put to paper was an article a few years ago about medical experimentation on dogs at George Regents University in Atlanta (which forms the basis of the first chapter).

Apart from writing, Ken is founding partner of Pazder Law Corporation, a leading British Columbia law firm specializing in real estate.

Ken is also the pioneer behind LAWNET BC, British Columbiass only lawyer-driven, digital network for sharing and referring legal files.

He lives in White, Rock, BC with his two Afghan hounds, Rafa and Spirit and two jet-black cats, Tarot and Chi (coincidentally, the silent partners in Tarot & Chi Publishing Inc., the publishers of The Invisible Reich!)

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