Thomas Sewell


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Thomas Sewell grew up in southern California. He plays, coaches and referees soccer. When he was 13 years old, he graduated from high school and started taking computer electronics courses in college. He was already 6 ft. tall, so no one seemed to notice he was a little young. He had to bum rides to school because he was too young for a driver's license.

Thomas has always been an autodidact with a variety of hobbies and interests, especially economics, military history and the law. He spent some time working in Reston and McLean, Virginia, but only officially worked for the government as a security contractor. Thomas has performed technology and security work for several fortune 500 companies, most recently Wells Fargo Bank.

Along the way, he's founded a private security company, an Internet Service Provider and a K-8 Charter School. He's served as the National Secretary and been a multi-state founder for the Republican Liberty Caucus. He's read over ten thousand books. He currently resides south of Phoenix, Arizona, just past the Reservation. Look for the place with the autocab wreckage.

He writes primarily action adventure in various settings, but has been known to dabble in other fields.

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Halfway around the world, rushed into battle against the East India Company's enemies, will the Virginian marines catch the Indian revolutionaries, or will it be the other way around? A short story perfect for Independence Day. Most modern American's have never heard of Hyder Ali and don't realize his fight against the British East India Company routinely made news in the colonies before and during the revolutionary war. Somewhere in the generations after Jefferson, American history forgot about him, but you can stump some of your friends by asking them "Who was the George Washington of India?"

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EXCLUSIVE

Hunting Revolutionaries Thomas Sewell

Halfway around the world, rushed into battle against the East India Company's enemies, will the Virginian marines catch the Indian revolutionaries, or will it be the other way around? A short story perfect for Independence Day. Most modern American's have never heard of Hyder Ali and don't realize his fight against the British East India Company routinely made news in the colonies before and during the revolutionary war. Somewhere in the generations after Jefferson, American history forgot about him, but you can stump some of your friends by asking them "Who was the George Washington of India?"

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