|About the Book|
With Terrorist organizations all over the world launching attacks on a global basis, there is little doubt another attack on U.S. soil remains their ultimate goal. They are vocal and regularly use social media to recruit supporters for their jihadMoreWith Terrorist organizations all over the world launching attacks on a global basis, there is little doubt another attack on U.S. soil remains their ultimate goal. They are vocal and regularly use social media to recruit supporters for their jihad against America.After 9/11, security in the United States was tightened to levels never seen before, but the government has acknowledged the biggest fear is an attack from within by either home-grown terrorists or those already here.Boston got a taste of what such an attack could do with the Marathon Bombing and its lingering effect on both the city and its surroundings. Fortunately, with good police work the perpetrators were quickly hunted down with one killed and another captured.In this novel an informal information-sharing group of Police Captains from Boston and surrounding communities pick up on a group of seemingly unrelated crimes which, as they are investigated, slowly reveal a plot of much larger dimensions which could lead the Boston area in ruins. As they race to bring in the FBI and Homeland Security it soon becomes clear they also need military help to head off a catastrophe of monumental proportions and the hunt becomes a chess match with a group of determined terrorists.As he did in his first novel, Compound Target, author B. Raymond Gary weaves the impossible and the improbable into a tale of the feasible. The experts claimed all along this could never happen...but are they right? The possibility they are wrong could lead to another incident in an American city and a huge victory for terrorism.B. Raymond Gary lives and works in the north woods of Wisconsin. He is a retired sales and marketing executive and is a veteran of the U.S. Air Force. He is an avid shooter and reloader and competes in USPSA Pistol matches at the local level. He is a certified USPSA Range Officer and an NRA Certified Pistol Instructor.