Two children of Pakistani immigrants, Delisha and Lufti Ahmed, have been conditioned by Al Qaeda to despise America as an infidel nation. They, along with five other sibling pairs, have been raised as potential suicide bombers with targets to major US cities in hopes to be exalted into Allah's presence in the hereafter. Everything changes when they encounter two young Morm...more
Paperback, 255 pages
Published October 4th 2011 by Bonneville Books
(first published October 1st 2011)
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It's really a 2 1/2 star book because it's not quite a three, but it's better than a two. It's obvious McPheters knows a lot about law enforcement, and the story is OK. The problem, though, is he's still figuring out how to weave explanations into the story without bogging the story down. I found his ideas (and warnings) about illegal immigration and our borders both useful and fascinating to contemplate. The story, when it's not bogged down in the details, is pretty decent. However, the whole p...more
Lit Fuse is a very good insight to the possible ways we may be attacked by terrorists. The author, a former Special Agent for the F.B.I., knows what our real dangers are in this day and age since 911. The story starts fast and keeps the pace all the way through until the end. You may be surprised at the possibilities in which we may be attacked next. I would recommend this book, especially since he is an ex-FBI agent.