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Shabahh: The Phantom Terrorist Joseph Muratore

Shabahh: The Phantom Terrorist

Joseph Muratore

Published January 15th 2014
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Kindle Edition
275 pages
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This is a fast paced thriller that takes place in cities such as Washington D.C, Pittsburgh, Boston, Houston, San Diego, San Francisco and more. A ruthless terrorist named Shabahh (The Phantom) has plotted and planned well in advance to ensureMoreThis is a fast paced thriller that takes place in cities such as Washington D.C, Pittsburgh, Boston, Houston, San Diego, San Francisco and more. A ruthless terrorist named Shabahh (The Phantom) has plotted and planned well in advance to ensure success in the destruction of the American infrastructure. By carefully planning to attack facilities that will ensure Americas financial ruin, and to have the American public living in fear, Shabahhs success is almost certain. America responds by assigning their Super SASA Agent Carl Downey to chase Shabahh with a clear directive. Kill, capture or drive Shabahh out of the country. SASA is a Secret Anti Subversive Agency based in Fort Meade Maryland that has been given a Presidential/Congressional Mandate to enlist all policing authorities to follow their directives to stop the Master Terrorist Shabahh. The matching of wits between Carl Downey and Shabahh is unparalleled. To prevent much of the mayhem, carnage and destruction that Shabahh plots across the country creates challenges for SASA that only a SASA Agent with a mind like Carl Downeys is capable of keeping pace with. The twists , turns and clever escapes by Shabahh along with the brilliant detective work by Agent Carl Downey make for a fascinating story that can only lead to multiple surprises. You will be fascinated by Shabahhs plots, the use of particular explosives, the insight into evil internet sites, and overall cunning. This is a thriller not to be missed. It is a sequel to a previous book involving SASA and Carl Downey called Cyber Attack. This novel however stands on its own and cleverly references briefly the previous novel but will not be necessary reading to enjoying this.