A fictional account of how our country is open to annihilation by the use of surprisingly simple tactics. The book will not allow the reader to lay it down and say, "Thank God, it could never really happen." In this novel, an Iranian/Iraqi coalition mounts an all or nothing bid to lay... read more
“He saw the metal detectors checking each tourist as they approached. But metal detectors would not be able to detect the weapon he carried...He smiled at the thought. The Great Evil United States did not even know it was under attack.”
“Their possessions were pushed into a large pit and buried, leaving no trace of the Baha'is people...the fateful patch of desert would show no sign of the terrible experiment that had been carried out on this forsaken spot...The world would never have an inkling of the mournful tragedy that had occurred...Or of the peril that lurked somewhere in a secluded freezer.”
“What is this...some kind of game you play with me? Show me just a little bit and see if I can figure out the rest? 'Oh, General,great calamity is about to hit mankind...you get three guesses as to how it's going to happen.'”
“A flash of light, followed by a window-rattling boom, interrupted the General. Three or more explosions ensued. All the electricity went off. Herndon ran as fast as he could into his house, locking the doors behind him. He knew from the generral direction of the explosions what had been hit. He also knew what was going to happen next.”
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