Abruption

Abruption

by Thom Gordon

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Overview

A trail of terrorist attacks is littered with explosive danger.

A powerful explosion leaves an American city devastated and the Middle-East Peace Summit dead in its tracks. As the Terrorism Task Force struggles to find leads and identify suspects, they become targets themselves.

Who is responsible and can they be stopped? Chris Townsend and Zoe Aston are thrown together to track down the terrorists, led by a shadowy man of mystery. Can they find him before more terror strikes without becoming victims themselves? This case will test them to the limit as they discover there is more to this partnership than just the clues.

The investigation and action follow a trail from America to Russia, the Middle-East and Africa. Will the mysteries be uncovered in time to stop more attacks? Bodies pile up and this investigation gets all too personal for the Terrorism Task Force.

Come join the action!

What K.C. Finn has to say: "I would highly recommend Abruption for readers seeking a great balance of slow-burning thriller mystery and high-octane action."

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781989673027
Publisher: BrassFerret Book Works
Publication date: 07/31/2020
Series: Broken Gladiator Series , #1
Pages: 524
Product dimensions: 5.25(w) x 8.00(h) x 1.17(d)

About the Author

Thom Gordon is a contradiction. As a technophile, engineer and computer specialist, he used his expertise to advance the capabilities of resource companies in Canada, Texas and the Middle East. His passion has also been to create, improve and restore many of the clever gadgets and gizmos that make life on this planet bearable.

As a dreamer and the owner of a rather wild imagination, he has long sought a means to inspire and encourage others. Using the least of his skills, namely writing, he aspires to transcend time and space to leave the remnants of his thoughts as rich fertilizer for other ebullient minds. Or perhaps, in layman’s terms, simply to give those who may be overwhelmed with boredom some harmless lunacy to occupy their time rather than having them try and, ultimately, fail to accomplish, through their own endeavors, any manner of noble mortal benefit.

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