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Synopsis: America thought it was safe from the dreadful plague of terrorism scouring the rest of the world. Somehow, the cruel violence could never pass our borders. Somehow, the oceans, or God, would spare us.
But jets do not stop for oceans, and the northern and southern borders of the United States are wide open. And while there may be some small effort at security on the East or West coasts, in the heartland there is none. Americans doesn't like security measures.
Americans are going to like Hakim Arif even less. Hakim Arif, leader of Fat'ah, a militant Islamic terrorist organization, knows how vulnerable the United States really is. And he intends to demonstrate that to the world. Fat'ah will bring war on innocents home to the American heartland, in a way no one will ever forget.
About the Author:
Dean Ing has worked as a USAF interceptor crew chief, a senior research engineer in the aerospace industry, a builder and driver of sports-racing cars, and a university professor. He has a doctorate in communications theory. Ing is the author of the New York Times bestseller The Ransom of Black Stealth One, The Nemesis Mission, and The Skins of Dead Men. He lives in Ashland, Oregon.
Title: Soft targets
Publisher: Ace Books
Publication Date: 1979
Book Condition: Good
Edition: trade paper, 1st printing.
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