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Raven's Resurrection: A Cybertech Thriller

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This is the third book in the award winning Raven's series.

Raven's deep-black team has thwarted several terrorist attacks on America. President Blager, having twice survived assassination attempts, now trusts them.

Josie, a paranormal viewer, is a national resource. She can see what others cannot. Raven's job is to protect her, but America's enemies have allies in high pla
Hardcover, 348 pages
Published January 9th 2018 by Trudel Group
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In Raven's Resurrection, author John D. Trudel once again brings us into the thrilling world of his characters Raven and Josie. In a fictional setting where the United States is more divided than ever, and with Middle East terrorists active and based in the United States, the world is in need of Josie's special, psychic skills now more than ever. Raven is allowed to take the gloves off, and the result is an action-packed thriller. The book makes full use of a variety of military weapo
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