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’The American Truth’ - Enticing Readers to remember the September 11th Attacks



After causing much controversy for its alternate views of the 9/11 terrorist attacks, a new edition of bestselling novel ’The American Truth’ is being released just in time for the 9th anniversary of the attacks. The book’s controversial message results from detailing conspiracy theories of the September 11th attacks in a nonbiased and entertaining fashion within the novel.

Nine years after the September 11th terrorist attacks, public emotion toward the event has waned, causing many to be open to different interpretations of what actually happened on that tragic day. Viral Internet marketing has caused millions around the globe to become aware of controversies in the official story of 9/11. With the emergence of well-written books such as ’The American Truth’, the general public has not only become aware of these conspiracy theories, but also they have been entertained by the the logic that the theorists use to make their case.

Author Nick Shelton himself is not a conspiracy theorist. “I find the alternate views of 9/11 compelling, but I do not believe in them wholeheartily and do not try to persuade others to believe them.” Shelton explains how he found the 9/11 conspiracy theories compelling, and he knew they would make a riveting plot for an action-packed novel. “As a novelist, you are constantly looking for material that is controversial, yet also something that peaks people curiosity.”

’The American Truth’ grabs readers attention by putting them in the perspective of Nathan Alexander, a Pentagon employee who losses his wife during the attacks. The book’s short, action-packed chapters make it a page-turner, portraying Alexander’s attempt to infiltrate secret documents in Washington D.C. Author Nick Shelton admits, “I wrote the book to mirror Dan Brown’s The Da Vinci Code. I knew the controversial subject matter of this book would peak reader’s attention and cause them not to want to put the book down.”

Shelton describes his work on the project as being more of a journalist in which he tries to give an accurate portrayal of the popular 9/11 conspiracy theories. “Readers respect how I left the book open on how they should make make conclusions about the conspiracy theories. Many have emailed me personally saying that they think the 9/11 Conspiracy Theories are completely bogus, but loved reading the book and couldn’t put it down.”

’The American Truth’ has had great sales because of its strong web presence. The book’s website,, allows Internet users to read much of the book for free. “Most readers start reading my book online,” says Shelton. “After they get hooked on the story, they immediately buy the book on” In addition to twenty chapters from the novel, Shelton provides forty pages that summarizes the most compelling evidence of the 9/11 Conspiracy Theories on the book’s website.

The popularity of the book recently caused it to gain interests of Hollywood producers. In June, Shelton was hired by Joey Stefko of Youngstown, OH to write a script based on the book. “Having one of my books turned into a movie would be a dream. I knew the story’s high-action plot would make for a great movie.”

Individuals can read more about the book at, where they can read the book for free or find where they can buy the softcover or Kindle editions at


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