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Straits of Hormuz

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Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad, had been assassinated by a violent local fundamentalist splinter group. Saab Nejem, the man now in the number two spot as Iran’s President, had ‘ironically’ been the head of Mahmoud’s own personal security forces, the dreaded Islamic Revolutionary Guards Corps. Thus, a man with his own vision of the future, and a barely submerged radical hatred moves into control. Ayatollah Ali Khamenei, the Supreme Leader of Iran has no idea what Saab had planned, but he soon would, as would the world. Coordinated terrorist attacks against France, Britain, and America on the same day, sets those plans in action. America finds itself alone, the UN refusing to deal with the problem. President Morgan Brice will use every asset at his command to deal with the rogue nation. Nuclear bombs are being fitted for missile launch against Israel, Britain, and the US. President Brice has so few days to stop Armageddon, he must be decisive or... More > lose every thing to madness!< Less
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Product Details

Edition
First Edition
Publisher
Johnn Schroeder
Published
October 1, 2011
Language
English
Pages
316
File Format
PDF
File Size
789.84 KB

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