This is the third book in the award winning Raven’s series.
Raven’s deep-black team has thwarted several terrorist attacks on America. President Blager, having twice survived assassination attempts, now trusts them.
Josie, a paranormal viewer, is a national resource. She can see what others cannot. Raven’s job is to protect her, but America’s enemies have allies in high places. His team is targeted.
The book opens with Raven and Josie isolated in a compromised safe house. They warn that a jihadist kill team is coming. The government sends an FBI counterterrorism unit which is overwhelmed by a military force with heavy weapons. California asserts purview of the crime scene.
An underground Iranian Quds base is discovered by Josie. This is an act of war, invasion, a foreign military base with WMDs on America soil. The base is protected by “Cal-Exit” State officials, Washington insiders, and Mexican drug cartels.
While the military is pondering what to do, Raven and Josie are left to innovate. It leads Raven to extreme actions and involvement with a beautiful spy run by a legendary Russian spymaster. Despite common interests, the Russians can’t be trusted.
Russia and Iran are allies. Raven needs help, but his working with Russia is unsanctioned, off the books, and under a false flag. Staying alive may pose a more difficult challenge than dealing with Iran’s Quds Force.
|Publisher:||The Trudel Group|
|Product dimensions:||6.00(w) x 9.00(h) x 0.72(d)|
About the Author
He graduated from Georgia Tech and Kansas State, had a long career in high-technology, wrote columns for several national magazines, and lives in Oregon and Arizona.
John Trudel maintains an author's site and blog. You can find them under his name "johntrudel." His popular blog is called "Freedom Writers."
As an inventor and an instrument rated multiengine pilot, he has long loved aviation and technology. John had a pilot's license before he had a driver's license. He built and flew his own radio-controlled aircraft before they were called "drones" and programmed computers before PCs existed. His popular blog was selected by a Radio Host as one of the "top 8 in the Northwest." It has a mix of information about both real world events and novels.
John's first four novels all won awards. Two were finalists for the prestigious Eric Hoffer award. Privacy Wars predicted the NSA and IRS scandals, winning three Awards in the process and gleaning many media interviews.
Details, links, interviews, and video trailers are posted on John's website. The first chapters of his novels are there too, free.
Table of Contents
N/A, but chapters have titles.