What would domestic terrorists do with a couple of nuclear bombs? Andy Kelsey is a reporter who may have just stumbled on the story of a lifetime. He’s infiltrated a white separatist group in the Ozarks, an underground organization ready to fight and die—and kill—for their extreme beliefs. The deeper Kelsey gets in the group, the more he’s trusted, and the bigger his story becomes. Until he realizes the shocking extent of their scheme.
The separatists have finalized plans for a spectacular cataclysm that they hope will bring about Armageddon. What terrifies Kelsey is that they have the weapon and the means to achieve their mad goal. Will he be able to fight them from the inside without being discovered? Or has he gotten in too deep to ever get out?
©2005 Max McCoy (P)2010 Books In Motion
This is an early review as I'm not sure I'll be able to last through the entire novel. Seems to be a great tale but OMG, Cameron Beierle reads word for word like a twelve year old reading aloud. No conversational or real feeling to it. The constant A as in age and THE as THEE is most annoying. I hope it gets better.
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