Major Brooke Grant must track down the double agent who is infiltrating the U.S. government in this international thriller from influential politician Newt Gingrich and Pulitzer Prize finalist Pete Earley.
Brooke Grant has been waging war against terrorism since her parents were murdered during 9/11, keenly aware that violence transcends borders. But after a coordinated attack on the president at a Washington power broker's funeral, she realizes that the enemy is closer than she'd ever imagined, hiding in plain sight. The Falcon has gained a weapon no terrorist has ever wielded before: an American-born traitor burrowed inside the U.S. government itself.
Major Grant's deadly chess match with the Falcon turns personal when he issues a fatwa against her and those she loves. Can she unmask the traitor and stop the Falcon's most skilled assassin sent to kill her before he strikes? Or will she fall victim to betrayal by a false friend in this gripping story of treachery, courage, and the patriotic fight against evil?
In this realistic tale of modern-day treason, a nation fights for its life against an internal threat: a fanatical jihadist who uses liberty as a shield while trying to destroy the civilization created in its image. With decades of knowledge in national security and politics, only Newt Gingrich and Pete Earley could spin such a vivid mix of reality and fiction -- a page-turner that dares readers to guess where the line between the two is crossed.
This book captivated one's attention with it's well crafted intrigue & accuracy.
It motivated the reader & pushed them on to finish to learner who the villains identities are & what is their fate. The ending ensures a sequel, ready to read it now! Frightening scenarios that sadly could happen in today's world.
One can only handle so much bs
Newt lavishes every page with so much politically correct bs it is hard to read….and, no this book is not factually correct….many many errors…but, that’s nitpickin….just putting up with these atrocious characters (some are very stiff stereotypes) that after you read the 5th adjective Newt hamfistedly uses to describe someone….you go “Stop!” I get it….he’s a hunk…he’s a manly man……I barely made it thru book 1…I can’t get past the first 40 pages in Book 2
Treason is too plausible. . .
Current U.S. state of affairs bring to life the importance of reading this novel. Characters are believable, the situations logical and story line is adept. Good fast read that left this reader fearful about current leadership, politic correctness and to whom we place trust.