As the 2008 troop surge fully engages the insurgency in Iraq, a vengeful terrorist intends to take the fight to America. He begins with the State Department team who helped turn the tide in Al Anbar Province. Simultaneous strikes on targets abroad and stateside deliver the message nothing is forgiven.
Rumors surface of pending attacks intended to impact the will of a wavering public. The State Department and military personnel closest to understanding the intent of the attackers come together in an attempt to find and stop those already responsible for wreaking domestic havoc. A terrifying plot of revenge is uncovered targeting not only individuals, but the sense of security for an entire nation.
Jon Anthony is disturbed to discover the only thing able to distract his pursuers from the plot is an intense desire to see him die. The momentum of a nation's war effort will hinge on offering himself as bait for a vicious enemy.
Approx, 85,400 words / 288 pp. print length.
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The Britteridge Heresy
This is the third of Amidei’s books Ive read in the last five days. First, I found each of a class similar to the co-writers of Clancy and Cussler, and equal to the writings of Flynn, Coonts, Baldacci, Thor and Meltzer. He has a stong sense of balancing fiction based upon fact in his writing, and his character development is easily as good as the other writers, and short only of Follette in the genre’ of books. The placement of technology, the intelligence community, and the military are realistic within the framework this retired military officer with experience in the intelligence community has seen. At the price, this guy’s is well worth the read of the series, which I have aready purchased in eBook form.