Hot Pursuit

eBook (PDF), 160 Pages
(2 Ratings)
Price: $7.50
The book is a work of fiction. It is about the arrival of suicide bombing in America and the dedication of the men and women of the FBI, CIA and local authorities who put their lives on hold to pursue those involved. When the New Year’s Eve celebration in Times Square ended with a blast, it got the attention of Hiram Sloan of the FBI’s Terrorist Investigation Unit and his wife, Janet, a CIA operative. When fragments of a suicide bomber turned up in Times Square, it led to an exhausting and relentless pursuit of those who would engineer catastrophic events on American soil.
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  • By Morris Howard
    Apr 28, 2009
    "From: Bill Marshall on Hot Pursuit" I spent a good part of the Holiday reading your book on the beach. It amazes me that talented people can create with such detail...compliments. You must have very extensive experience in many worlds to do so. And, to have Queens included with the varying nuances. It was a fun read; I was captivated for the hours that I spent completing it.
  • By Robert Collinson
    Mar 23, 2009
    "'Hot Pursuit'" I have read your preview and I think it reads well. You could have a winner here! Good Luck,Bob Collinson
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Morris O. Howard
September 29, 2011
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