Shutoff by Allen E. Wiesen

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SHUTOFF Synopsis

When a number of enormous explosions rock both his region and a major shopping mall in Tel Aviv, Noel Parke, director of the New York office of the Department of Homeland Protection, can at first find nothing to link
them. Yet his investigation soon makes it clear that they are merely precursors to a terrorist attack intended to devastate the entire city. Parke has learned only that ""earthquakes"" are coming, a code word for an unimaginably massive assault years in the planning. But before he can hope to thwart the attack, he must identify what connects the previous explosions. And he must uncover the exact nature of the plot despite the grudging opposition of a powerful political enemy within his own department. Parke's chances seem hopeless, yet the cost of failure is incalculable.


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Published February 19, 2009 by Xlibris. 248 pages
Genres: Mystery, Thriller & Suspense, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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