American Mutant by Bernard Lee DeLeo

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Thomas Connor, through horrendous tragedy, hones his body and mind to accomplish the incredible. American Mutant follows the course of Connor's journey to attain a violent and unrelenting brand of justice. On the way, he assembles a cast of characters, who join him on his quest to reshape a treacherous world into his vision of the future. Washington D.C. becomes a backdrop for Connor's rise from incarcerated enforcer in a branch of the National Security Agency, to the head of a complex intelligence network, owing allegiance to Connor alone. An old friend from his CIA past assists him in his goal to make a difference. Connor gathers a cadre of inner city young black men capable of turning their lives around to build a business front and house his intelligence gathering aspirations. With the help of Nate Johnson, a CIA assassin, Connor takes on a web of Russian Mafia and Red Chinese intelligence gangs, to break a slave ring kidnapping young girls for foreign sources.With his growing extraordinary powers, Connor takes the murder capital of the country to a new level of violence, frightening in its scope. After meeting Connor, his unruly band learns fear, discipline, and a terrifying way to make dreams come true. In return for their loyalty, Connor provides them with an escape hatch from oblivion.

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Published May 14, 2002 by 1st Book Library. 272 pages
Genres: Religion & Spirituality, Mystery, Thriller & Suspense, Literature & Fiction, Science Fiction & Fantasy. Non-fiction

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