What if the World Trade Center and the Pentagon weren't the only targets?
Natasha Greene: Sadly single, impulsive, the "Redheaded Blond"
Trevor Oitfinger: Sadly divorced, a Montana gentlemanAngels in the Mist
Jo'Baer: The leader of a terrorist cell
Time: Days leading up to 9/11
Place: Helena, Montana, USA
Jo'Baer has his team and his weapon. He had the maps and instructions for the target until he lost them. And everything was going so well. So much for keeping a low profile in this little Montana hick-town. Now he must kill to get the documents back.
And he's running out of time.
For some strange reason Maureen entrusts an envelope to her best friend, Natasha. When Maureen goes missing Natasha calls on Maureen's ex-husband, Trevor, for help and suddenly they are being threatened and then pursued by strange men with Arab accents. When Maureen is found dead... murdered, Natasha and Trevor find themselves as the prime suspects. Now they are on the run from terrorists and the police, until she discovers what she believes is the murder weapon in Trevor's truck. She then runs from the man with whom she thought she was falling in love, her only companion, Hero, a very protective Labrador retriever.
Will she stop the terrorists from deploying their weapon or will she simply redirect their target to Helena, Montana? Will she convince the police she didn't help kill her best friend? Can she put her trust back in Trevor? Will she ever find romance again?
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It's a mistake to think terrorism may only occur in metropolitan areas like New York or L.A. Montana author James Paddock draws readers into the spellbinding reality that terrorism can take place any time, anywhere. Colorful characters, quick action and turns of events are carefully woven to make this novel a 'must read' for those who enjoy suspense. It's easy to develop loathing for the bad guys and empathy for the good guys in 'Angels.' Of particular interest is how the good guys confront terror and threats; they come out of their corner fighting and there's clearly a sense they want to singlehandedly knock out the obnoxious adversaries. Who would expect world-crashing (though small-minded) terrorists to operate from a nowhere place like Montana? Paddock weaves an intricate tale that leads readers to a breathless ending.