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Hard Facts Terrorist Camps, the CIA, and the State of Homeland Security (Paperback)

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Hard Facts Brittingham, Edward M. 1 of 1
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Format: Paperback
ISBN-10: 0972785957
ISBN-13: 9780972785952
Sku: 225013947
Publish Date: 10/3/2011
Dimensions:  (in Inches) 8.5H x 5.5L x 0.5T
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Top Secret Terrorism The clues are as mystifying as they are terrifying: Off America's east coast a new generation of nuclear-armed Russian subs lie in wait for devastating orders. At a clandestine base in Yemen, terrorists begin a countdown for jihad. In South American a dictator trades secretly with Russia and Iran for super weapons. And suicide bombers may have managed the unthinkable: Could they have smuggled WMD's into the US? Now tt's a race against time as the CIA, FBI, and Department of Defense hunt frantically for the terrorists while trying to unravel the links behind a global conspiracy out to destroy the United States.It will be up to two heroic men to save the nation: Agent John Casey, one of the CIA's most lethal covert operatives in the war against terror, who has been tapped for his most hazardous mission: To assume a false identity, infiltrate Al-Qaeda's most impenetrable strongholds, and then figure out a way to stop their plan for Armageddon. And fellow CIA man Steve Graves who must piece together the puzzling connections between Venezuela's President Chavez, the Akula class subs that lurk in the Atlantic just off New England, and the terrorist's apocalyptic scheme.
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