Synopses & Reviews
Suicide bombers are coming to America's heartland.
Their targets: our most precious and vulnerable assets, our children.
Following the most terrifying lead of his life, CIA Director Kirk McGarvey traces the threat to a Saudi playboy prince, but the White House wants nothing to do with McGarvey's assumptions. Accusing a Saudi prince of such a heinous plan will surely strain the delicate political balance between the United States and Saudi Arabia. But McGarvey refuses to let politics stand in the way of his investigation, even if it means that the president of the United States will call him a traitor, even if it means he must resign as director of the CIA, and even if it means his meddling will lead to the kidnapping and brutal beating of his own wife.
From the deadly, frigid Alaskan waters to the balmy breezes of the French Riviera and finally to the Saudi Arabian embassy in Washington, D.C., Mac fights through his own nation's restraints to stop suicide bombers willing to martyr themselves for their cause as Soldiers of God.
"With a chilling, well-articulated politico-economic backstory, this is a thrilling page turner, from its violent beginning to its violent end."--Publishers Weekly on Soldier of God "David Hagberg writes the most realistic, prophetic thrillers I've ever read. His books should be required reading in Washington."--Stephen Coonts on Soldier of God
Following a terrifying lead about planned terrorist attacks in America that would target children, CIA director Kirk McGarvey risks his wife's safety and his career to investigate controversial suspicions about a suicide bomber's identity. By the author of Joshua's Hammer. Reprint.
Following the most terrifying lead of his life, CIA Director Kirk McGarvey traces the threat to a Saudi playboy prince, but the White House wants nothing to do with McGarvey's assumptions. But McGarvey refuses to let politics stand in the way of his investigation, even if it means that the president of the United States will call him a traitor.
About the Author
David Hagberg has published numerous novels of suspense, including his bestselling thrillers featuring former CIA director Kirk McGarvey, which include Abyss, The Cabal, The Expediter, and Allahs Scorpion. He has earned a nomination for the American Book Award, three nominations for the Mystery Writers of America Edgar Allan Poe Award and three Mystery Scene Best American Mystery awards. He has spent more than thirty years researching and studying US-Soviet relations during the Cold War. Hagberg joined the Air Force out of high school, and during the height of the Cold War, he served as an Air Force cryptographer. He attended the University of Maryland and University of Washington. Born in Duluth, Minnesota, he now lives with his wife Laurie in Sarasota, Florida.