Darren Hopkins, a young, naive international businessman without government experiences is hired as a research analyst with the President's National Security Committee and suddenly finds himself embroiled in a highly divisive struggle. He learns that so-called super patriots are acquiring weaponry from the Mid-East and that the CIA is trying to track the shipments. But the CIA fails and the potential volatility of a link between America's domestic terrorists and international terrorists sends chilling shock waves throughout the nation. Secret deliberations of a newly formed Terrorism Task Force are constantly leaked to the domestic terrorists. It becomes impossible to trust anyone. Old friendships are torn asunder and families are ripped apart. The unbelievable turns believable as domestic terrorism erupts at all levels of American life and no citizen is left unscathed. Are the self-styled super patriots capable of doing what Nazi Germany and other nations have been unable to accomplish--bring the U.S. government to its knees? DON E. POST has an MA in sociology, MTh in theology, and a PhD in educational anthropology. A Professor and Dean for many years, he has worked extensively throughout the world as an international business consultant. He is the author of numerous books and articles.

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