The Enemy Within

The Enemy Within

by Kurt Winans

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Overview

As a result of the United States fracturing during his administration, and the lone star republic of Texas rising, chances for reelection in 2028 are precarious for President Jordan Harwell. As he attempts to regain the confidence of the nation, aid comes from Agent Heath Bishop of the Secret Service who dutifully fights all odds and continues on his lengthy quest. He must, with help from few others, solve an elaborate puzzle in the hope of identifying those responsible for the terrorist attacks of November 2026 upon America.

Through a series of astute measures in 2027, the Independent Republic of Texas has been able to rise within a year of its long-awaited rebirth to a position of status upon the global stage. In the collective belief that they are nearly untouchable, Samuel Tillman and various operatives of his organization maintain a grip of power within Texas by continued use of covert maneuvers.

None are aware that they may experience additional difficulties due to an enemy within which could surface from alarming sources and create unforeseen threats.

Product Details

BN ID: 2940162122227
Publisher: BHC Press
Publication date: 05/24/2018
Series: To the Republic , #3
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
File size: 2 MB

About the Author

Kurt possesses a spirit of adventure, which drives his thirst for experiencing new places and activities. He maintains a love for the great outdoors and enjoys traveling whenever his schedule permits. One of his favorite activities is hiking in the clean mountain air, where the tranquil locations provide him with an opportunity to develop characters and storylines for his books. Kurt currently resides in northern Nevada, where he and his wife have lived for more than a decade.

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