Washington, DC FBI agent, Clay Holt, thinks he has a normal life—a loving wife, two beautiful children, a great career, and a nice home—until the night his wife wakes him up with fear in her eyes. She worries that terrorists will cross the Mexico border to attack DC and insists that they move elsewhere for their children’s safety. The next day, she is killed by an illegal. Blaming politicians for her death, Clay tells his partner that he can no longer “live a lie” working for the government.
His wife’s fears prove to be well-founded. Iran sends Islamic extremist, Assim Badaseri, to America via Mexico with a plan to detonate a dirty bomb in Washington. Badaseri is sworn to kill any infidel who discovers his presence here...read more
Timely and intense.
This interesting plot features timely themes. Clay Holt and his family are believable and sympathetic characters . . . and Meunier’s writing style is a good fit for the overall tone of the book, including plenty of snappy conversation. —– Ester M, Wyoming
Readers that like Lee Child and Vince Flynn, should like this book. Maybe Clay Holt, Mitch Rapp and Jack Reacher could team up and do some serious butt kicking! —– Michael T, Colorado
. . . timely and controversial. It is a well-written tale that captures the reader’s emotions and holds it until the end. Rogue Patriot is well researched and masterfully crafted. I found it hard to put down. —– John W, Wyoming