The Britteridge Heresy [NOOK Book]

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In a sequel to Dale Amidei's debut, "The Anvil of the Craftsman," the 2008 troop surge fully engages the insurgency in Iraq, while a vengeful terrorist intends to take the fight to America. He begins with the State Department team who helped turn the tide in Al Anbar Province. Simultaneous strikes on targets abroad and stateside deliver the message that nothing is forgiven.

Rumors surface of pending attacks intended to influence the will of a...
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The Britteridge Heresy

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Overview

In a sequel to Dale Amidei's debut, "The Anvil of the Craftsman," the 2008 troop surge fully engages the insurgency in Iraq, while a vengeful terrorist intends to take the fight to America. He begins with the State Department team who helped turn the tide in Al Anbar Province. Simultaneous strikes on targets abroad and stateside deliver the message that nothing is forgiven.

Rumors surface of pending attacks intended to influence the will of a wavering public. The State Department and military personnel closest to understanding the intent of the attackers come together in an attempt to find and stop those already responsible for wreaking domestic havoc. A terrifying plot of revenge is uncovered that targets not only individuals, but the sense of security and will of an entire nation.

Jon Anthony is disturbed to discover the only thing that may distract his pursuers from the plot is an intense desire to see him die. The momentum of a nation's war effort may hinge on offering himself as bait for a vicious enemy.

Approx. 85,400 words / 294 pp. print length
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Product Details

  • BN ID: 2940014862042
  • Publisher: Single Candle Press
  • Publication date: 8/11/2012
  • Series: Jon's Trilogy , #2
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • Pages: 288
  • Sales rank: 354,972
  • File size: 776 KB

Meet the Author

Dale Amidei lives and writes in the beautiful Texas Hill Country near San Antonio. His fiction defines the inner spiritual processes that he believes occur naturally in all human beings. It features faith-based themes set in the real world, which is occasionally profane or violent. His characters are realistically portrayed as caught between heaven and earth, not always what they should be, nor what they used to be. In this way they are like all of us.

Dale Amidei's writing can entertain you, make you think, and touch your heart. His method is simple: have something to say, then start writing. His second novel, "The Britteridge Heresy," continues to project this philosophy.
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  • Anonymous

    Posted August 12, 2014

    Good series

    Enjoyed both books in this series very much.

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  • Posted August 18, 2012

    I am impressed. In his second opus, Amidei hits another one out

    I am impressed. In his second opus, Amidei hits another one out of the
    park with The Britteridge Heresy. Building upon Anvil of the Craftsman,
    characters develop with an even more meaningful and passionate nature.
    The action and tension escalate on a personal as well as a worldview
    stage. I feel an even stronger connection with the noble nature of the
    protagonists and, while reviling the antagonists, I come to understand
    them more. The action not only holds one’s interest, but means more.
    While Anvil of the Craftsman occurred in the background to the public
    news feed, the Britteridge Heresy brings the struggles of our day into
    our homes and lives. One cannot read this book and feel uninvolved. A
    gifted writer, Amidei reaches into and envelopes the reader in a world
    that challenges and questions everything regardless of political or
    religious perspective, bringing the reader to a greater understanding
    and more elaborate critique of the world and oneself. This is a book to
    be devoured.

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    Posted October 6, 2012

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