Cadence

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Trafford Publishing, 2003 - Fiction - 275 pages
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September 11, 2001 put into motion the beginning of a terrorist network within the borders of the United States of America. Susan Paul is the Media Liason to the Department of Homeland Security. It is her job to keep the American people informed on the status of the current terrorist threats and report any new developments as soon as they are released for public information.

Tracker Mangas is the President of the United States' Personal Physician and member of the elite Covert Task Force.

Several terrorist incidents occur and the country is in fear and panic. The Republican National Convention is being held in San Diego and it becomes apparent that chemical and biological weapons are being smuggled into the United States through Mexico. It is up to Colonel Mangas to find the smugglers and destroy the weapons before the Convention begins.

A story full of adventure and action depicting today's events and what America could be experiencing tomorrow.

Five per cent of the proceeds of this book will be donated to St. Jude Children's Hospital in Memphis, Tennessee. The donation will be made on behalf of Epsilon Sigma Alpha International, a women's philanthropic organization, to which the author is a member.E

 

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Contents

Prologue
2
CHAPTER ONE
7
CHAPTER TWO
13
CHAPTER THREE
24
CHAPTER FOUR
34
CHAPTER FIVE
54
CHAPTER SIX
61
CHAPTER SEVEN
65
CHAPTER SIXTEEN
164
CHAPTER SEVENTEEN
178
CHAPTER EIGHTEEN
185
CHAPTER NINETEEN
203
CHAPTER TWENTY
210
CHAPTER TWENTY ONE
235
CHAPTER TWENTY TWO
245
CHAPTER TWENTY THREE
252

CHAPTER EIGHT
72
CHAPTER NINE
88
CHAPTER TEN
96
CHAPTER ELEVEN
103
CHAPTER TWELVE
124
CHAPTER THIRTEEN
129
CHAPTER FOURTEEN
135
CHAPTER FIFTEEN
156
CHAPTER TWENTY FOUR
257
CHAPTER TWENTY FIVE
274
CHAPTER TWENTY SIX
278
CHAPTER TWENTY SEVEN
292
CHAPTER TWENTY EIGHT
306
CHAPTER TWENTY NINE
318
CHAPTER THIRTY
331
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Cheri Wickwire is the author of "The Whig Hill Collection," including "And the Angels Cried...," a poem written following the bombing of the Alfred Murrah Federal building in Oklahoma City in 1995. This poem was put to music and recorded at Stone Wall Studio in Groveton, Texas. She has written several children's stories. This is her first novel.

Cheri and her husband of 41 years, Bob, have three children, Shawn, Shane and Erin and nine grandchildren. They presently reside in San Diego, California with their dog Mollie McGee and their cat, Buff the 23rd.

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