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Enemies of Peace literally starts with a bang: an explosion of a house engulfed in flames, captured on video by two teenage girls. 

In the summer that led up to the explosion, the Hydroline Corporation hired Timothy Lawson and his firm to represent them in a class-action lawsuit. While juggling his caseload, he and his wife Cynthia decide to buy their first house. It should have been the happiest summer of their lives. Nevertheless, their date with death was looming. 

Who could have possibly done it? Could it be the corporation Timothy was defending? Did he uncover one secret too many? Could it be the cousin to whom Cynthia has forbidden Timothy to talk anymore? Could it be the other man who is in love with Cynthia, his jealous rage driving him to kill? 

Or, could it be the quiet neighbors next door, the unsuspecting extremists living in American suburban splendor?

©2017 Mary K. Williams (P)2018 Mary K. WIlliams

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Really fun read. First time ever reading a thriller type book. Turned on because of the FIRE talk around the book. It seemed a bit predictable, but maybe because I felt like I knew the ending already? Don’t get me wrong. Very enjoyable nonetheless! And hard to hit pause.