The Complicity Doctrine by M. M. Frick

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Readers who enjoy international suspense in the vein of John le Carré or Robert Ludlum will tread familiar ground in Frick's post 9-11 universe.
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Honorable Mention 2015 Hollywood Book Festival and 2013 Reader's Favorite Book Awards.

Three bombs explode in Manhattan. The targets: a church, a synagogue, and a deli.
     A decade after the tragic events of September 11, 2001, the heart of New York City is once again a target. On the surface, there is no ready explanation for the bomber's objectives, and there is no clue to the terrorist's identity. But it doesn't take long before politicians start making accusations, and public sentiment quickly follows suit. Things change, however, when Casey Shenk, an analyst for the private geopolitical consulting firm Intelligence Watch Group discovers an altered report from the Congressional Research Service and begins to put the pieces together.
     A murdered government employee, the ranting of a presidential candidate, and a Senate resolution to take the People's Mujahideen of Iran off of the list of Foreign Terrorist Organizations all point to something sinister at work inside the Washington power structure. Is America waging a secret war with the Islamic Republic of Iran? Are there elements within the U.S. Government that are manipulating world events and setting the stage to write their own version of history? With the help of a New York Police Department detective and the other analysts at IWG, Casey works to uncover the truth behind a network of conspiracy that is operating outside the law, where the ends always justify the means...no matter how many people die.
 

About M. M. Frick

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Matthew M. Frick is an active duty Naval Officer who has lived overseas and traveled extensively throughout the Middle East and Europe. A prolific writer and author of several published articles and conference papers about the Middle East and maritime piracy, this is Matt's first novel.
 
Published September 4, 2012 by Matthew M. Frick. 286 pages
Genres: Mystery, Thriller & Suspense, Literature & Fiction, Political & Social Sciences. Fiction
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Readers who enjoy international suspense in the vein of John le Carré or Robert Ludlum will tread familiar ground in Frick's post 9-11 universe.

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