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Deep White Cover by Joel W. Barrows
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it was amazing
bookshelves: crime, thriller

This novel by Joel Barrows is extremely well written. It grips your attention from the first page and it is hard to put it down. The plot concerns a white supremacy group called The Nation located in the southern USA. After a tip off from a captured member that this group is not just talk but may be killing immigrants at the border, ATF agent David Ward is infiltrated into the group. He makes friends and gradually makes his way up the hierarchy into the inner circle where he is welcomed by the leader and his brother. But the Nation's head of security has his doubts and hires a PI to check Ward's alias out. His cover story is well buttressed by documentation and planted info at various institutions and stands up until a chance encounter threatens to expose Ward. By then he is at the heart of the conspiracy and uncovers a plot to assassinate the President just as the shots are about to be fired, Can he thwart this or is it too late?

This book is very timely given the current controversy over illegal immigration that is gripping America. The plot and the characters seem to leap from the headlines.
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Started Reading
August 21, 2014 – Finished Reading
August 25, 2014 – Shelved
August 29, 2014 – Shelved as: crime
August 29, 2014 – Shelved as: thriller

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Peter Faur Thanks, Scott, for this review. I think ATF agent Dave Ward will be an interesting character to follow in Joel Barrows's upcoming books.

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