Siege at the White House by Paul David Cook

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"Paul Cook-historian, world traveler and author, former Colorado State
Trooper, college instructor for criminal justice and European protective
service director, has written a story that some have declared could never
happen in real life. Mr.. Cook thinks otherwise. Based on years of
research to include a personal visit to the Executive Mansion, comprehensive
international experience with foreign secret service organizations and
extensive protective service training in Berlin, London and the United
States, Mr.. Cook takes the reader inside the White House before, during and
after it has been occupied by Middle East terrorists. It is Inauguration
Day and the terrorists have kidnapped the President, First Lady,
President-elect and his wife to be held for world changing political
demands.
What is America going to do? Who will be the President of the United
States? Will there be war? Does the American government collapse? The world
holds its collective breath while watching the United States in its most
dangerous crisis yet.
Siege at the White House is a fast paced, surprised-filled thriller
based on fact that will keep you on the edge of your seat to the very last
paragraph."
 

About Paul David Cook

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Published October 30, 2001 by Xlibris. 192 pages
Genres: Literature & Fiction, Horror, Mystery, Thriller & Suspense. Fiction

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