Taking Care of the Basics

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AuthorHouse, 2005 - Business & Economics - 124 pages
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In this first installment of The Operator' series, Fear No Evil takes the reader on a head-shaking, thought-provoking, swearing-under-your-breath journey through the ugly world of corrupt politics, racial hatred, and terrorism.

Fear No Evil presents a new type of African-American hero, a tactical genius who is adept at operating anywhere in the world, under the harshest of conditions. His mixed gender team of operatives, all from elite police, government, and military units, are equal to any task put before them.

When Harold Ashford, director of the secretive Urban Justice Research Institute enlists prominent African Americans to combat the opponents of Affirmative Action and other Civil Rights legislation, all hell breaks loose.

Dr. Jonathan Richard Burns, leader of the ultra-violent white supremacy group, the New American Frontier, strikes back by kidnapping a Civil Rights leader and murdering his police bodyguards.

Ashford quickly recruits ex-military counter-terrorist specialist Dexter Diamond to lead the

Institutes' team of former government and Special Forces operators on a hasty rescue mission.

Ashford then asks Dexter to lead the team as they attempt to protect Congresswoman Sheila E.

Winters from a similar fate as she begins her campaign against violent domestic terrorist groups.

Using advanced technology, high-tech equipment, and a secret state-of-the-art operations center, Dexter, the team, and Congresswoman Winters engage in a deadly battle against the ruthless New American Frontier and its powerful political backers.

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