From a Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist and author of Control. When Luke Cameron begins asking questions about an international investment company's purchase of foreclosed farmlands around a large nuclear storage site, he is catapulted into a nerve-shattering conspiracy, involving terrorists who strike at powerful countries at their most vulnerable points--from within.
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