Jeremiah: Terrorist Prophet

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Tom Doherty Associates, Dec 15, 1997 - Fiction - 384 pages
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Television journalist Laura Delaney is horrified when a violent religious fanatic uses her--via her highly rated news show--to tell the country of his plans to create his own nation within the United States. But he has more in mind for Laura than just using her as his mouthpiece: Obsessed with her beauty and fascinated by her fame, he stalks her, determined to force her to love him. Only FBI man Steve Wallace can help keep Laura safe.

But when Jeremiah steals two atomic bombs from the Ukraine and plans to launch them at Washington, D.C., Laura and Steve realize that more than just Laura's safety is at stake. The security of the entire country rests on their ability to foil Jeremiah, the Terrorist Prophet.

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Under the tutelage of his German uncle, an unrepentant National Socialist, Trent Dillman from Sioux Falls has evolved into Jeremiah II, a self-proclaimed prophet and avenger. Publishing his new book ... Read full review

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Smith is a licensed Pharmacist and a Naturopathic Doctor who is Head of Botanical Medicine at The Canadian College of Naturopathic Medicine.

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