Kathryn Cable : The Greater Danger

The Greater Danger

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Politics, Fiction

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314 pages

Publication Date

07/06/2018

Language

English

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A fast-paced, suspenseful story of revenge, rebellion and the death of freedom

In a possible future, America’s collapse doesn’t come from an outside enemy but starts with the greater danger within. The cancer of injustice, hatred and division infects the United States. The newly formed Nationalists Party seeks secession by targeting major cities with home-grown terrorism. Their charismatic leader declares war by invading and occupying Texas. After a military coup in Mexico, the new dictator joins the rebels. In America’s darkest hour, following the detonation of the first of five nuclear bombs, a transmission is received from a mysterious woman, code name Alpha Charlie. She has vital intel on the rebellion’s secret operations. Is it a trap or a way to stop this nightmare?

War brings together two unlikely, combative allies, a feisty resistance fighter, Charlene ‘Charlie’ Perea and a battle-hardened, Army Ranger, Colonel David Cougar. Cougar’s mission is to get Charlie’s information to his superiors. But Charlie is not about to abandon her personal fight. She neither needs nor wants Cougar’s interference. Cougar must convince Charlie to link forces before the final invasion begins.

Caught up in their personal battles, Charlie and Cougar do anything to survive. Charlie wants revenge for her murdered husband. Cougar wants justice for his best friend executed by a rebel firing squad. They find a mutual goal; kill the man responsible - the Nationalists leader. When Charlie is captured, Cougar must risk his life to save her before time runs out, peace talks fail, and armies gather on the final battlefield.

A nation’s future hangs in the balance. Will America survive?

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