Guerrillas In The Midst PDF (Adobe DRM) download by G D McCrary

Guerrillas In The Midst

Papyrus & Pen Publishing
Publication date: April 2006
ISBN: 9787772504264
Digital Book format: PDF (Adobe DRM)


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Guerrillas in the Midst is sociopolitical thriller that challenges the very meaning of National Security, and will captivate and intrigue you page by page! The story opens in North Philadelphia, one of America's most notorious ghettos, which is also the staging point for a domestic terror plot that is so plausible that it will leave you wondering if it is currently in the making. Kevin MaCafee, the protagonist, is a disgruntled, young African American male haunted by feelings of rejection and betrayal toward the United States for a recent stint in prison, which, he feels was unjust. After meeting, and falling for, the daughter of a Jordanian diplomat, Kevin tells her of his former crimes, which included identity theft and criminal impersonation--crimes he perfected while utilizing the identities of America's homeless and drug addicted. What Kevin doesn't know is that his new love, Najla Aziz is the sister to an aspiring terrorist, Mustapha Aziz, who, after being informed of Kevin's expertise, decides it could be better suited in his plot for revenge against the United States for enabling Israel in the death of his mother, and its constant meddling in Arab affairs. Guerrillas in the Midst could very easily be called with Liberty and Terror for All--because that is exactly what it entails while also posing some very philosophical questions about humanity, justice and the American Identity.
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