Terrorism comes to the rural Midwest heartland—can one ordinary man stop it? Islamist terrorists frame small town Minnesotan Nat “Hack” Wilder for the murder of his friend Amir Mohammad. Hack must survive a January blizzard, elude the police and F.B.I., track down the real killers, infiltrate a terrorist gathering, and stop a terrorist attack on his nine-year-old daughter’s school. A suspenseful fast-paced action thriller novel which is often disturbing, sometimes surprisingly funny, and always PC-indifferent.
A few sample reviews from real readers (no shills):
- "The most realistic thriller ever"
- Buy this book!...Loved this book!! The characters were so real, I felt like I knew them. It was a total page turner and I couldn’t set it down!!"
- "A frighteningly possible story, well told."
- "Couldn't' stop reading!"
- "Great read!"
- "Speaks to us 'little people'!"
- "If you like thrillers, you will love this."
- "Couldn't put it down...Very entertaining...Very entertaining. The story unfolds at a good pace, believable and with never a dull moment. Also, subtle humor when you least expect it! Keeps the mood from getting too intense and suspenseful. Addresses tensions in today's world without resorting to the stereotypes popular with too many authors."
- "Fast-paced murder case, reminiscent of 'Fargo', but without stupid people."
- "What a ride!"
- "Terrific characters."
- "A real page-turner, believable, topical, engaging, action-packed."