New Thriller, "The Brotherhood of the Red Nile, A Terrorist Perspective" "This Book is as current as today's headlines, but Scarier than tomorrow's," says Author Dan Perkins
SANIBEL ISLAND, Fla., Dec. 5, 2012 /PRNewswire/ -- Homeland Security has uncovered a terrorist plot in Syria that includes two nuclear bombs to be used against the United States in the new thriller called "The Brotherhood of the Red Nile, A Terrorist Perspective," by the exciting new thrill writer Dan Perkins.
One reviewer said, "Somewhere out there lurking...this story makes those terrifying possibilities all too real. Once you start reading it, just try to put it down." Below is just a taste of the story:
Frank Williams is an Under Secretary of Homeland Security for terrorist activity. He has just met with the President of the United States, Nathan Jordan to tell him there is a new terrorist group more sophisticated and dangerous than al-Qaeda and it is bent on the destruction of the U.S. He also tells the President that two Soviet Union suitcase nuclear bombs are missing and he is guessing that the Brotherhood of the Red Nile has them. Half a world away near the small Syrian town of Al-Mukharram, Mohamed el Sargon is putting together a team of experts, his terrorist "Think Tank" who will attack the United States. Are they going to use the bombs, if they are then where? What can Williams do to protect America, if anything?
Copies of this, sure-to-be best seller, are available at Abbottpress.com, Amazon.com, Barnes&Noble.com, and are offered attractive discounts. You can order a copy at booksellers worldwide and now for those that have Kindles an e-book version is available for your Kindle for $3.99.
About the Author:
Dan Perkins is a Registered Investment Advisor with over 40 years of experience in managing money and has turned his analytical skills from the markets to writing his thriller debut titled "The Brotherhood of the Red Nile, A Terrorist Perspective". An Ohio native, Perkins currently resides on Sanibel Island, Fl home of many published authors.
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