Requiem for the Phoenix

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iUniverse, Aug 21, 2006 - Fiction - 474 pages
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Two years have passed since the Phoenix operation-al Qaida's secret attack on the American Heartland with a biological weapon of mass destruction. Since then, al Qaida has undergone an unexpected reversal.

They broadcast a series of strange messages, offering-with one hand-an olive branch of peace and their support to help promote President Richard Samuelson's worldwide democratic reforms and bring an end to terrorism.

In al Qaida's other hand, however, is their secret plot to launch the second phase of the Phoenix operation-a series of attacks comprising their most devastating wave of terror since 9/11.

Aware of al Qaida's deception, the president mounts a secret multinational effort to stop the operation. Phoenix Task Force agents Matt and Annie Garret go undercover with CIA agent Ryan Daniels and risk it all to stop the attacks and destroy the al Qaida organization.

As the plot unfolds across three continents, the suspense ramps up, sustained by multiple converging subplots and private agendas of world leaders, obsessed power brokers, and terrorists. In Requiem for the Phoenix, the sequel to Out of the Ashes, al Qaida stops at nothing to make America and the free world yield to their fanatical domination.

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