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A little truth is a dangerous thing. A lot could kill us all. The Nightstalkers are back, and the world needs them now more than ever.

When a real-life truth serum, a military cabal bent on launching a preemptive strike against America’s enemies, and the nuclear football - which contains the information the President needs to launch the nation's missiles - all converge, the Nightstalkers suit up for another deadly mission. Joining forces with the Cellar, the covert world’s police force, the team might be mankind's last hope.

A bombed-out neighborhood in Pakistan. A strip mall in suburban Virginia. A decommissioned ICBM silo in Nebraska. The highest-security location inside the White House. The Book of Truths hits all the hotspots and roars to a breathless showdown that could mean the beginning of the end for everyone.

©2013 Bob Mayer (P)2013 Brilliance Audio, Inc.

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Good sequel

it was full of interesting philosophy and moral dilemmas; but it was, at times, hard to follow. there were a few POV jumps which I had to rewind for several times because of the rate at which things develop towards the end of the story

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Shprt, but intense.

I'm an addict! Keep coming back for more. The storyline has me hooked. On to the next!

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Good story, bad message

I can't say what ruined this book for me without also ruining the ending. Either the author wrote himself into a hole and had to use the duex ex machina to get out, or he has some really twisted views on government and power.