Forge, Hardcover, 9780765332899, 332pp.
Publication Date: April 16, 2013
What have we been afraid of since 9/11? In "Terror Red," Colonel David Hunt gives us a frighteningly realistic look at what could be the next major terrorist assault.
Colonel David Gibson is a recently retired Special Operations Officer. Together with political consultant Christina Marchetti, he must take down a terrorist organization bent on hijacking planes, blowing up cities, and much more. Their pursuit of these heavily financed, ruthlessly trained killers hurls Gibson and Marchetti into a whirlwind of death and destruction. If they can't stop this murderous conspiracy, America could well be plunged into World War III.
But can they stop them in time?
CHRISTINE HUNSINGER grew up in New Hampshire, where she began volunteering on presidential campaigns. Since then, she has worked for Republican, Democratic, and third-party candidates. She currently serves as Communications Director for independent Governor Lincoln Chafee of Rhode Island, where she lives with her children, Jacob, Zachary, and Kaileigh.
“Terror Red is an exciting, tightly written thriller that could actually happen. Let’s hope it does not.”
—Bill O’Reilly, anchor, Fox News Channel
“A page-turning, electrifying read!”
—Major General Sid Shachow (U.S. Army Special Forces, ret.), author of Hope and Honor, winner of the William E. Colby Award
“Terror Red is everything a great thriller should be...you won't soon forget it.”
—W.E.B. Griffin & William E. Butterworth IV, Wall Street Jounral and New York Times bestselling authors of The Spymasters
“The best thriller you will read this year, Terror Red has all the forward momentum of a mach-five rocket-sled. It starts high and just keeps going higher. The book cooks!!!”
—William Martin, New York Times bestselling author of The Lost Constitution and The Lincoln Letter
“At last, a thriller that truly thrills! Written by a superb soldier's soldier and a co-author who knows the battlefield of politics from the trenches, Terror Red is a big win for the reader.”
—Ralph Peters, New York Times bestselling author of Cain at Gettysburg