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Book: Deadly Memories by P.M. Richter
"She doesn't remember a thing," Rolph snapped into the phone. Andrea froze. His back was turned away from her. He didn't know she was there, listening. "It's been six months, for God's sake. If you harm one hair on her head, I'll contact the authorities. My father would be disgraced, but that will not deter me." Now Andrea couldn't move. There was no doubt Rolph was talking about her. She [...]
 
Book: Journey for Revenge by Tom Renk
In the aftermath of the horrific 9-11 terrorist attack on the World Trade Center, surviving family members of the innocent victims come together in hundreds of grief counseling sessions to deal with their losses and depression. One small counseling group becomes so mired in their anger and frustration with their own government's inability to find the terrorists, they decide to go after them on [...]
 
Book: Bula Bridge (Galiwee Visions) by J. Drew Brumbaugh
After readers clamored for more about Tommy, the main character in "War Party," I had to take some time to dream up a suitable plot. At the same time, I felt like his sort-of girlfriend in the first book would become a much more important figure in book 2. While I was mulling over various ideas a friend told me about the railroad disaster in Ashtabula, Ohio over a century ago and thought, there's [...]
 
Book: Our Justice by John W. Howell
The terrorist leader and financier Matt Jacobs figured out a plan to eliminate the President. He is relying on John Cannon's stature as a hero to help him carry it off. John finds himself walking the fine line of pretending to help Matt while trying to figure out a countermeasure to the plan. The third book in the John J. Cannon Trilogy brings together two strong wills for a showdown. The [...]
 
Book: PaxCorpus (The Pax Series) by Meryl S. Fortney
Some believe extraterrestrials will end life as we know it. Others believe the risen dead will ravage the population and dominate the Earth. And then there are the others who think terrorists will wipe us out. I say, "why not all three?" The year is 2020, nearly six years after much of the planet's population has been wiped out. Through the eyes of a man named Dante Marcellus, you experience the [...]
 
Book: Facets by Eric J. Gates
Six short stories of deceit and betrayal. From the savannah of Africa to the grey corridors of the UK's Secret Intelligence Service (MI6), the lives of diamond smugglers and intelligence agents clash as personal agendas come to the fore. There are those who will stop at nothing to get what they want, who will sell out anyone, anywhere, at any time. Then there are the innocents...
 
Book: Terroristic Signs by Karl Boyd
WARNING! TRUST ME: DO NOT BEGIN READING THIS NOVEL LATE IN THE EVENING OR YOU WILL BE AWAKE THROUGH THE WEE HOURS ATTEMPTING TO REACH THE THRILLING CONCLUSON! Terroristic Signs Through a seemingly disconnected series of events, a young college student, Katie Atkins stumbles upon plans for a terrorist attack designed to kill thousands, perhaps hundreds of thousands of innocent American citizens. [...]
 
Book: The R.O.B.I.N. by PJ Dunn
The R.O.B.I.N, acronym for remotely operated broadband intelligent network device. The R.O.B.I.N. is the most sophisticated audio and visual intelligence gathering device ever created combined with assassination capability never before known. A "nano" drone the size of a common housefly, the R.O.B.I.N is stolen by terrorist and the lot falls to Agent Chris Lee of the National Security [...]
 
Book: Trilogy by John Lock
The first three novels in the acclaimed Kane Rhodes/Brian Jones espionage/thriller series under one cover. The two British MI6 agents travel across the world, in their fight against terrorism. Kane Rhodes is a rugged ex SAS officer and is now one of the agency's top field agents. Brian Jones is also ex SAS and his Welsh humour lightens tense situations without detracting from the job in hand. The [...]
 
Book: The 56th Man by James Clayton Rogers
A former member of Saddam Hussein's Special Security Force arrives in Richmond, Virginia. Under the name of Ari Ciminon, he sets up house on the James River. The house was purchased for him by the U.S. Marshals Service, which is responsible for watching over him while he supplies intelligence to CENTCOM. Because he is fluent in Italian (as well as a host of other languages) he is presented to his [...]
 
Book: Border Town Blues (Dalton's Blues) by Andrew Scorah
Dalton's on the run with a gal, and a gun - What begins as a search for missing D.E.A agents, turns into a race against time, through the Sonoran Desert. Jimmy Dalton and Jamie Lee Duggan are heading down Mexico way for some sun, sea, and fun. They run into trouble with the town sheriff after he uncovers drugs in their RV, a shadowy DEA agent, Eric Deacon, persuades them it would be in their best [...]
 
Book: The Serapis Fraktur by Mark Grove
SHORT DESCRIPTION: Time travel is big business in the 25th century. Artifacts from the past are salvaged and people are extracted. Interestingly, the entrepreneurial development of the recovery process leads to a massive archaeological expansion on a scale that dwarfs The Smithsonian and provides for colonial expansion across the galaxy. Australia is the new Ellis Island. EXTENDED DESCRIPTION: [...]
 
Book: AVAM - Avenging America by Veronica DeTerre
AVAM is about a group of men, the Vengers that originally joined forces to get justice for victims of horrendous crimes. My background is in biology and science and over the years, I developed some ideas for a science fiction type story that would include "believable" inventions...not the little green men type of SF. I began writing AVAM in 1999 and it was published in 2004. After 9/11 I realized [...]
 
Book: Nuclear Road Trip - Onward to Destruction by Barbara Griffin Billig and Michelle McKeeth
Terrorists are alive and well, busy with their sabotage of the United States, the country they expect to take over for themselves. A target city has been selected. A plan is in place. They are certain they can far surpass what happened to the twin towers in New York City on 9/11. Meanwhile one of the oldest nuclear power plants in the US has a major radiation leak. The power plant company does [...]
 
Book: Isia's Secret (An Enda Osin Mystery) by Ray Stone
Enda Osin is a sharp cookie when it comes to political intrigue. His daily column in the Herald is controversial and popular. Upsetting the incumbents of the White House and Downing Street over an embarrassing article, his editor has been forced to side-line him. He has been assigned to write a series of articles for the Herald's Sunday supplement about Paul Hrisacopolis, a shipping billionaire [...]
 
Book: Attack on Orbital 454 (The Conglomerate Series) by Mark Grove
Synopsis: Time travel extremists attempt to destroy Utopia by crashing an orbital city of 500,000 onto a Muslim planet. Only four officers from a detachment of Federal Marshals survive. How they recover from the devastation is the gist of the story, but they're not fictional characters. The four are real historical heroes extracted from the 1800s for their valor as the most famous Texas Rangers [...]
 
Book: Comes The Awakening by C. K. Phillips
What if your vacation were interrupted when a global terrorist plot washed up on the beach? The past catches up with the present in Book One of the thrilling Kent/Lander series! Dr. Phil Kent just wanted to get away from it all to finish his latest novel in the rustic surroundings of Nova Scotia, but when he finds a body on the beach, he can't help but notice certain similarities to his own [...]
 
Book: Along the Ravenswood (Chicago Stories Book 2) by Eileen Robertson Hamer
For architect Seraphy Pelligrini a chance to renovate the Ravenswood church designed by famed Chicago architect Louis Sullivan is the commission of a lifetime. For Tommie MacKinnoin, commissioning Seraphy is a way to repair their broken friendship. But when they discover the body sealed in the font, Seraphy falls into a web of intrigue and violence. A secret journal points the way, but as she and [...]
 
Book: Waiting for 9/11 by Mary Maxie
9/11 revisited: 26 women, 26 stories. The women who are "Waiting for 9/11" range from the wife of a terrorist, to a flight attendant on one of the planes, to a rescue worker, to a grandmother waiting for her grandson to take her to lunch. They could have been anyone in the world, but in one small minute in time, they were connected as they waited for disaster to strike. None of them realized that [...]
 
Book: Clean Coal Killers - Richard Paladin Series by David E. Manuel
When terrorists threaten the U.S. power grid, it's time to send in Richard Paladin, America's top Environmental Protection Agent. At least, that's how Paladin's new boss, Frank, describes the assignment. But when Paladin starts digging through the personnel files at a Pennsylvania coal-fired power plant, he finds a lot more than the EPA bargained for like a partner who's not playing straight with [...]
 
Book: Lure to Death - The Social Media Serial Killer by Blair London
Lure to Death: The Social Media Killer is a unique murder novel from author Blair London about a social media serial killer. In this murder novel, Sandy Bean, being a "string bean" in high school, is bullied by fellow classmates. He is on to discovering something ingenious that could make him millions, but his classmates destroy the lab. He tried the experiment at home and something goes wrong, [...]
 
Book: Saving America - The War We Can't Ignore by Michael Jolayemi
Few today would deny that America's unique historical moral and cultural values are rapidly eroding in an unrelenting onslaught of increasingly vulgar examples of "free" expression. Every area of culture, media, politics and social discourse has become infected with a virtual meltdown of its former wholesomeness. In short, the nation is constantly bombarded with godlessness. What has become of [...]
 
Book: Sheltered Through the Storm - The Travails and Ultimate Triumph of the Church by Michael Jolayemi
A wake-up call and a warning for the Church to return to a dependence on the faithfulness of God and the truth of His Word, in the face of unprecedented challenges and persecution. A challenge to trust in the faithfulness of God in the face of a deterioration of Judeo-Christian values, radical Islamic terrorism, and fear.
 
Book: Trapped in Limbo by John Robert McCauley
This is a remarkable story of family genes and individual triumph. As the curtain rises, New York City is infested with terrorists. This thriller revolves around an American, Dr. Wolfgang Von Braun, the father of drones, and his daughter, Kristen, a Brazilian. Though worlds apart, their shared scientific genes promise to bring them together until a tragic circumstance changes the time table. [...]
 
Book: Right As Wrong Can Be (Mick Murphy Key West Mystery Book 9) by Michael Haskins
When Mick Murphy stops at night on U.S. 1 to assist a teenage girl in distress, his world begins to unravel. Chased by thugs, the girl is traumatized and can't speak to Murphy. Once at home, his live-in Irish girlfriend Peggy Naughton helps communicate with the teenager. Soon a private investigator shows up in Key West looking for the teen and believes Murphy knows her whereabouts. Things get [...]
 
Book: The Warriors - Mirror Man by Robert Cubitt
Be afraid, London, be very afraid. Radioactive nuclear waste is smuggled into the UK to manufacture a "dirty bomb". In the wrong hands it will mean a slow, agonising death for hundreds, possibly thousands of people. Who can stop this from happening? A young man is kidnapped by MI5 and is blackmailed into working deep undercover for them. He must find the bomb before the terrorists can plant it. [...]
 
Book: Safety Hazard (Wynn Garrett Series, #6) by Bruce A. Borders
Fighting terrorism is a dangerous business! The terrorists are planning to bomb a passenger train and Wynn Garrett is planning to stop them. But the typical non-specific threat means no one is sure when or where the terrorists will strike. To prevent the attack Wynn will need to be a passenger on the train - and he doesn't like trains! Wardahl and Scorby worry his usual behavior will incite panic [...]
 
Book: The Black Widow by Cynthia Fridsma
Jack Hunter is cheering for runners at the finish line of the Boston Marathon with the love of his life, Catherine Crewes, when two explosions smash the beautiful day to smithereens. As the head of the Anti-Terrorism Unit, Jack does his best to track down the terrorists who planted the bombs, organizing a big manhunt in the Boston area. But there's more going on than meets the eye. When [...]
 
Book: Remote Control (Wynn Garrett Series, #3) by Bruce A. Borders
The best way to deal with terrorism? Kill the terrorists! The terrorists are getting smarter, but are they smart enough to beat Wynn Garrett? When Thomas Wardahl and Richard Scorby, uncover a terrorist plot to target several American cities using multiple simultaneous attacks from unmanned missile launching sites, they are quick to initiate a response. The co-directors of the Anti-terrorist [...]
 
Book: Blending In - A Tale of Homegrown Terrorism by Norman Brewer
Terrorists as we know them are social misfits. Undisciplined. Extremists seeking martyrdom. But what if terrorists were well-trained, level-headed, and appeared innocuous? If they rejected martyrdom and valued escape to attack another day? Enter Stickman and Maple. Your next-door neighbors. Trained, disciplined and blending in. Homegrown and hell-bent on bringing down the government. Blending In [...]
 


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