Target: Heartland

Target: Heartland

by Edward D. Doney
Target: Heartland

Target: Heartland

by Edward D. Doney


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It is Sunday, August 28, 2016, two weeks before the 15th anniversary of 9/11. Events occurring during these two weeks will determine whether this anniversary day will usher in a world at peace or a world at war. A nuclear weapon obtained by al Qaeda from a Russian terrorist group is set to detonate in Oklahoma City - the Heartland of America - on September 11th. Al Qaeda believes attacking us in this manner will prove to the world they can strike at any time and in any place. They also think we will be afraid to respond for fear of being attacked again. This will surely confirm them as the undeniable leaders of Radical Islam, having the right to enforce their "kill all nonbelievers" interpretation of the Quran and God's messages to Muhammad relayed be the Archangel Gabriel. Is al Qaeda's belief reality, or abject stupidity? If the plan is successful, will it not lead to retaliation in the form of a nuclear holocaust in the Middle East, the demise of Islam, and genocide for Muslims With God's help, we will never know. Homeland Security agents attempt to intercept the weapon in Moscow, the Everglades, St. Louis, and finally, Oklahoma City. Do they succeed, or does life as we know it today, end on September 11, 2016?

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781956854008
Publisher: Jurnal Press
Publication date: 11/05/2021
Pages: 330
Product dimensions: 6.00(w) x 9.00(h) x 0.69(d)

About the Author

A retired Mining Engineer, Mr. Doney worked in the Coal Industry throughout his career. He is also a highly decorated Vietnam veteran with 182 B-52 combat missions over Vietnam, Laos, and Cambodia. Having written numerous technical publications, he now addresses his true love, writing fiction, with his novel, Target: Heartland.
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