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I read this the week before 9-11. Later visiting ground zero, this book stood out! Graet reading.
Tugboat Captain Ken Hughes works the waters of New York City. He combines the intellect of an academia with the pragmatic sleaze of a wharf rat. Kate Ross is a book editor in a major publishing house who concedes she will never meet her life¿s soul mate until a blind date introduces her to Ken. However, an invasion by an advance Chinese vanguard interrupts the romance. Admiral Tan leads a force of over one hundred submarines poised to attack the Big Apple. The zealot plans to hold America¿s largest city hostage until Taiwan is returned to its rightful place as part of the glorious People¿s Republic of China. If the United States fails to heed Admiral Tong¿s warning, he will destroy the city. A small group of freedom fighters including Kate and Ken begin the counterattack. Paul Garrison pumps up the volume with his latest cardiac thriller, RED SKY AT MORNING. This thriller will leave the audience requiring a cool down time to normalize their pulse. The villain is a believable patriot (depending on which side of the fence you sit) who surprisingly will garner much reader empathy. The lead couple makes for a heroic duo. However, there is no question that the thrills a page plot is what makes this a winner for genre fans. Harriet Klausner