For a time, the rattler appeared hypnotized, docile, even dead, and then his body
came alive when the preacher's foot stomped the ground as if awakening souls
long consigned to the nether reaches of Satan's domain; demons of hell, and ...
Author: Dan Gordon
Publisher: Xulon Press
Day of the Dead Book Two: America begins where Day of the Dead Book One: Gaza left off. ISIS is about to launch the deadliest mass-casualty terrorist attack in history against the United States, by way of drug smuggling tunnels that lead from the drug cartel-ruled hills of Tijuana, into downtown San Diego. The only thing standing between them and the people they intend to slaughter are a beautiful, Born Again Christian CIA Agent, an over-the-hill FBI counter-terrorist whose main function in life is covering up for government foul-ups, a New Mexico born-and-raised DEA Agent, a black, twenty-year veteran of the Navy SEAL Teams, and a forty-five-year-old American-born, Israeli-raised intelligence officer from the Givati Brigade, on loan from the IDF. "In Day of the Dead, Gordon has written a frighteningly realistic thriller, a page-turner which paints a compelling portrait of Mid-East combat and espionage, in the age of ISIS and Hamas." -Steven Pressfield, Best-Selling author of Gates of Fire and The Lion's Gate "Dan Gordon has crafted a tale about the vicious world of radical Islamists, criminal gangs, and their victims. His incredible 40 years of service in the Israel Defense Force, knowledge of the US and the Middle East, and ability to spell-bind enables readers to feel the pulse of terror and see into the dark minds of evil incarnate. Day of the Dead: Book One - Gaza is a gripping story as real as today's and tomorrow's shocking headlines." -General Robert Magnus, USMC (Ret) 30th Asst Commandant of the USMC "Gordon gets inside the mind of a terrorist like no other author since Tom Clancy." -Leo Hohmann, World News Daily