Averton by Terry Pellman

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Kelly Hastings could retire. The Chief of Detectives of the Averton, Ohio Police Department is preparing for a second career as a college instructor. When Averton is inexplicably subjected to a series of bombings, Kelly has no way of knowing that the small town is the center of a movement by domestic terrorists to reshape the nation. Nor does he know that he has been selected as the means to that end, by deceit and sexual blackmail.

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Published June 5, 2009 by AuthorHouse. 216 pages
Genres: Mystery, Thriller & Suspense, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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Pellman's unadorned, unsentimental novel about domestic terrorism follows Kelly Hastings, a 52-year-old police detective in Averton, Ohio, at the center of a plot by extremists to use his small, isolated town as ground zero for armed anarchy against the United States government.

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