Summer 2000: Wildfires destroy mountain watersheds and municipal water systems, breached dams release tidal waves of water to obliterate farms and towns, and stone-cold shooters target helpless civilians as international environmental terrorism comes to the United States.
Kurt Wallerein, the world’s foremost terrorist-for-hire, feared, hated and hunted by every intelligence service in the West, unleashes a terrifying campaign of attacks on the American Homeland… and his greatest enemy, Air Force Colonel Tom Callahan.
Callahan must rally support to stop the attacks but his political enemies in Washington conspire to distract the President and ridicule evidence, forcing Callahan to go rogue. What will it take to stop Wallerein?
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“Eco terrorists bring America to the brink of destruction”
Five Star Review on Amazon by Charles E. Allen
Brinn Colenda does it again! He brings us back into the Callahan family. Brinn weaves a tale of environmental terrorism on a scale that encompasses the whole nation. Tom Callahan is again called to use his expertise in fighting enemies of America against an international terrorist for hire named Kurt Wallerein, who is determined to bring down the United States at all costs. After being denied help from Washington, Tom Callahan has to take on the fight virtually alone against Wallerein and his followers. Do not want to spoil it for you, but let me say this page turner kept me enthralled to the very end. Also, it kept me awake at night thinking how easy it would be for this to happen here in the U.S. Do not take this story lightly! Brinn is a master story teller and all his tales could be taken right from todays world news. You will not be able to put this book down till the very exciting conclusion.
About the Author
Brinn Colenda is a graduate of the U.S. Air Force Academy and a retired lieutenant colonel. He served in a variety of flying and staff positions around the world from Southeast Asia to Bolivia. Among his assignments was a tour as an exchange instructor pilot with the Royal Air Force in England and Commander of Antigua Air Station, West Indies. As Air Force Section Chief in the U.S. Military Group in La Paz, Bolivia, Brinn flew into many of the sites visited by Tom Callahan in The Cochabamba Conspiracy.
Brinn spent an academic year as a National Defense Fellow at the Hoover Institution of War, Revolution, and Peace at Stanford University. He now spends his time writing and skiing in the mountains of northern New Mexico with his wife and three sons.
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