by Richard Aaron


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A terrorist threat is looming; an attack that would dwarf any other. This time, the government knows it’s coming, but doesn’t know where, or how.

660 tons of Semtex is detonated in a massive explosion in Libya. The operation seems to have gone smoothly, but within minutes of the explosion, CIA agent Richard Lawrence discovers that one shipment of the explosive has been hijacked. Days later, a glory-seeking ‘Emir’ broadcasts to the world that he is planning a massive terrorist strike against a U.S. landmark. And he gives a time line of one month. Now a desperate chase is on, as the men bent on attacking the U.S. use every weapon at their disposal to evade American authorities. Time and again they prove willing to destroy anything—and anyone—standing in their way. But Hamilton Turbee, an autistic computer mastermind at the newly created TTIC agency, discovers a way to track them. His flawed genius gives the nation its only chance at stopping the attack, if the American leadership will listen. As the enemies near their destination, it is up to the TTIC team to stop the massive explosion that could destroy the lives of millions.

As the world watches in horror, the President asks TTIC two questions:

Where will the attack be? And can we stop it?

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781948792110
Publisher: The Kuritz Group, Inc.
Publication date: 04/25/2018
Pages: 326
Product dimensions: 6.00(w) x 9.00(h) x 0.73(d)
Age Range: 14 - 18 Years

About the Author

RICHARD AARON lives in a cold, northwestern city with four children, and various dogs and cats. He has university degrees in mathematics and law, and a Masters in Law from the London School of Economics. He worked in the real world for several decades before realizing that he was a writer of fiction. Twenty-five years bouncing around the court system is actually a grand education for any creator of fiction.

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