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Enemies Among Us: A Novel

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  • Posted April 8, 2012

    While it is important for us to understand the dangers that lurk

    While it is important for us to understand the dangers that lurk in our society from those who wish to harm us, it is also a relief to know that there are individuals and groups that are highly trained and extremely intelligent, with a sole purpose of protecting us. This is revealed by author Bob Hamer, veteran undercover FBI agent, in a fictional thriller about terrorism that also describes the workings of the FBI. The reader enjoys a fascinating story, as he learns how the FBI operates and meets the challenges of society’s daily care.
    Matt Hogan, the hero, is introduced to us immediately, and we learn that he is a sensitive, caring kind guy with a flair for the dramatic in his work, or perhaps it is fair to say that he has a flare for getting himself into trouble. But he knows his work thoroughly and he is a master. Matt volunteers undercover with an organization that may be harboring and financially supporting a terrorist plot to attack the American public, devastating the lives of many. The FBI must stop the process but there is little substantial to go on. The enemies hide their tracks well. And even those who appear to be the most innocent may be the most dangerous. Hogan is a multidimensional character, as are all of the characters we meet in this story. The plot winds and twists with little indication as to how the story will end. The reader is kept guessing; the ending will surprise.
    A fascinating thing about this novel for me, was the fact that as I read, I learned about the Islamic faith, the people that we so often associate with the word terrorism, and the attitudes that rule our thoughts and beliefs. Bob Hamer supplies a fascinating thriller that also opens our eyes to a little understood world.
    HIGHLY RECOMMENDED
    Reviewer: Elaine Fuhr

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