The final piece this week is from Loretta Livingstone, Poet and Author, who is sharing her review of what appears to be a ‘must read’ book.
Enemy In The Room is a fast paced geo-political thriller, intersected by the tragic choices of a modern prodigal daughter. An American CEO is secretly committed to killing the President and destroying the nation. His employees are unwittingly carrying out his plans. The threads are woven together with explosive actions and crisscrossed relationships. The characters confront high tech theft, internet spying, lies, jihad, betrayal, and redemption.
Wow! An edge-of-your-seat thriller you will find hard to put down.
A highly placed businessman with a finger in every pie is far from being what he seems. Not just a fat cat profiteer, Trevor Knox is a man who has a driving passion, and a plan to topple the U.S. Government, which he is determined will succeed – at any cost.
David Sawyer, one of Knox’s most valued employees, has no idea what he is about to get involved in.
David is just about to discover, too, that his family is disintegrating – drawn unwittingly into Knox’s gigantic empire.
A brilliant strategist in the office, David has dropped the ball where his home life is concerned. Unable to connect with his children or influence their disastrous life choices, he is horrified to discover that, because of his involvement with Knox, he is in some part to blame for the chaos descending on them. He is going to have to reassess. It is time for him to make his own choices, but he is already up to his neck in something terrifying, which puts his own life and those of his relatives at risk. However, he is also the one man who might be able to put a stop to Knox’s plans.
Hold your breath as this book hurtles towards its gripping conclusion.
However, good as this book is, I do hope readers will remember that the characters in this book are terrorists and do not represent all Muslims, the majority of whom live their faith as honestly and peaceably as those of us of other beliefs live ours.
But, overall, this is a fast-paced nail-biting book. The possibility, God forbid, of this ever happening in real life is far too terrifying to contemplate.
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