The Day LA Died



I am pleased to announce the release of my new novel: The Day LA Died. The following is the description on Amazon.

“LA died today. Our nation’s worst fears since the destruction of the twin towers on September 11, 2001, have become a reality. At 3:33 p.m., Pacific Coast Time, a large nuclear bomb was detonated over Los Angles.” (Blake Parker, WNN TV News Anchor)

Thirty-three years earlier, Luke Stoner made a vow, but does he still have to honor his promise now that the nuclear bomb has exploded in nearby LA? And what about his wife, Cat, and their teenage son, are they forced to buy into the same deal? Thousands of lives hang on Luke’s decisions and his vow.

Others ambushed by the tragic news coming out of LA include a newly elected President, a bitter ex-Navy SEAL, and a popular TV news anchor. All know the clock is ticking down for tens of thousands of people.

 “Oh God, where are You? Can’t You help us? (Boomer Smith, ex-Navy SEAL)

Any hopes for miracles? Not much. Even God may be too late for Southern California.

Powerful. Frightening. And yet, inspiring.

“The Day LA Died” is a fast paced novel sure to keep readers’ fingers turning pages until its surprise ending. This is the first in the Luke and Cat Stoner series of novels.

You can read the first three chapters by clicking here and then clicking on Look Inside.

304 pages        Author: Larry Nevenhoven        Publisher: LarryWho

Kindle eBook: $6.99

Paperback: $13.99


Filed under Books, Christianity, church planting, Fiction, Prophecy, Reading, Self publishing, spiritual warfare, Writing

8 responses to “The Day LA Died

  1. I’m looking forward to reading it, Larry. May the Lord use it to inspire us to live for His kingdom.

  2. Lift the Cross and Derrick,

    Thanks. God bless you.

  3. How exciting! I too am getting me a ciopy! God bless you and how He is going to use this book and your publishing company!

  4. Is it okay if I reblog?

  5. Debbie,

    Thanks. Yes you can reblog. God bless you.

  6. Larry, I just shared your book on my Facebook wall. I hope my brother reads it–he is a businessman from LA. Thanks for writing.

  7. Lift the Cross of Jesus,

    Thanks for sharing my book. God bless you.

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