Jihad by Patrick Naville


byPatrick Naville

Kobo ebook | April 3, 2017

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Holy War - Phoenix, Arizona:  Within minutes of each other, suicide bombers blow themselves up in Sky Harbor Airport and at Turf Paradise Racetrack, where the winter horse racing season is in full swing. Scores of people are killed in the explosions. At the same moment, in a crowded restaurant in the Copper Square District of the downtown area, a man pulls two pistols, screams "Allahu Akbar" and opens fire killing dozens of patrons. The city is under attack. The streets and skies of Phoenix come under federal control as both the National Guard and US Air Force are mobilized.

     Jimmy Breen, a retired FBI agent who is now an award-winning investigative reporter for the Phoenix Gazette, receives a cryptic message at his office saying he's responsible for the attacks and killings. Breen's girlfriend, Lucy Asher, is kidnapped the same day Breen receives the message.

     Eight years earlier, while with the FBI, Breen extracted a confession from James "Jimmy the Mack" Robinson. Robinson played in the NFL until a knee injury ended his career. After that, Robinson worked for the US Border Patrol and was eventually arrested for taking part in a guns and drugs smuggling operation. The confession Breen got from Robinson was instrumental in sending him to prison.

     Robinson, who now goes by the name of Abdul Muhammed Fatick, has been paroled and is back on the streets. He has vowed to kill Breen, and will stop at nothing until he does. Asher is the insurance Robinson has to get Breen to come to him.

Title:JihadFormat:Kobo ebookPublished:April 3, 2017Publisher:Patrick NavilleLanguage:English

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