Casting Shadows by Michael J. Smith Sr.

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Casting Shadows is a suspense thriller with terrorism and world domination, twisting back and forth between sides. General Davies and his men square off against the most ruthless radical group ever. It’s not just a “good guy meets bad guy” book but has many dimensions of good and evil; the perception of which may vary, depending on the angle you’re witnessing. Can this happen? You decide as you watch heinous attacks being formed with shocking precision. The goal is nothing less than total domination, and the methods are the fires of hell itself. Can the task force win?
 

About Michael J. Smith Sr.

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Michael J. Smith Sr. has spent the majority of his life studying the world in which he lives. He resides in Northeast Ohio and holds several degrees with one being in criminal justice with a major emphasis in counterterrorism and homeland security, graduating Suma Cum Laude. Mike is a nine-year veteran, military weapons collector, expert marksman and competitor, professional hunter and outdoorsman, faithful father of four, grandfather of two, husband to one wonderful woman. Mike has volunteered for twenty-plus years as a Catholic PSR teacher, coach, and youth minister.
 
Published August 5, 2010 by Xlibris. 373 pages
Genres: Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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