In his electrifying thriller Threat Level, William Christie brought readers into a lethal world of international shadow ops and covert warfare. Now he continues the explosive intrigue with a chilling novel of unknown soldiers, unwavering loyalty--and ultimate betrayal from within. . . The enemy has found a new path to America's doorstep, and is approaching fast. In South America, covert operatives Ed Storey and Lee Troy discover that Al Qaeda and the criminal underworld have combined their resources, with money moving from the jungles to the deserts of the Middle East. And now terrorists are moving from the Middle East right to the U.S./Mexican border. There is a nightmarish plan in the works--and time is running out to stop it. But the madmen of Al Qaeda are already moving towards their goal--a devastating attack that will disrupt the presidential election and drain the Americans of their will to fight. And as Storey and Troy work their way closer to the terrorists, the odds against them skyrocket. For the terrorists have a secret ally who has been guiding them in their quest for bloodshed--an ally who works on the inside. . . qAll too credible in its details. A genuine page-turner.q --Publishers Weekly, on William Christie's The Warriors of God William Christie is a former Marine Corps infantry officer. He is the author of the acclaimed novels, Mercy Mission and The Warriors of God. He lives in North Carolina.Door to door shops, and shoppers pouring in and out of them. Even the sidewalk ... The pick went into the deadbolt locka#39;s keyhole and the unit vibrated just like an electric toothbrush, knocking all the pin tumblers from their cavities. A twist of the tension wrench in Storeya#39;s left hand, and the lock snapped open. Five secondsanbsp;...
|Title||:||The Enemy Inside|
|Publisher||:||Pinnacle Books - 2006-11-01|