New Thriller Tells Fundamentalist Plot Against U.S and Desperate Effort to Stop It Terrorists Mount Chemical Missile Attack in The Venom X Conspiracy
SALT LAKE CITY, Sept. 19, 2013 /PRNewswire-iReach/ -- The newly released fiction thriller The Venom X Conspiracy, penned by ex-CIA Officer Quentin Thomas Wells, tells a gripping tale of an international plot to smuggle Venom X chemical-filled missiles into the U.S. and launch them at high-profile targets.
When a former CIA operative finds a case filled with cash, he traces it back to the scene of a fatal car crash and meets a young woman who is fleeing her polygamist family and fundamentalist religious community. Together Jared and Sariah discover that the two foreign nationals killed in the accident are members of a well-financed terrorist group that is planning a holocaust on American soil.
But before they can learn where or how the deadly missiles are being shipped and the targets chosen by the terrorists, they must rescue Sariah's kidnapped sister, determine the location of a clandestine border crossing, decipher a coded message, and find the place where fundamentalists from the Middle East and Middle America will come together and unleash the deadliest chemical attack in history.
Offloaded from a North Korean ship, the missiles move along a hidden route beyond the reach of any means of electronic surveillance and completely undetected by the search and destroy tactics of law enforcement officers and military teams mobilized to find them. The terorists announce the exact time of the attack and only hours remain before Venom X spreads instant and horrifying death across the country.
The Venom X Conspiracy is a must-read thriller you won't put down until the final page is finished. Written by former CIA officer Quentin Thomas Wells, it is a story as timely as today's headlines and as chilling as last weeks photos of death in a Damascus suburb
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