The Terrorist Legacy by Mr. Pat

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"The Terrorist Legacy

Sam Ellington set goals to rescue children from refugee camps in Africa and return them to countries of their origins as teachers with a message of peace.

The agenda of a new generation of religious fanatics, who use suicide as the ultimate weapon, and those who are forced to defend against it forms the story line.

The Mediterranean was off limits to an armed, mega yacht with classified nuclear capabilities. However, when George and Kathryn team with Sam Ellington and Greg Simeon, an Israeli arms dealer, to build a campus in Ashdod, Israel, the Diversion is the preferred method of transportation.

One yacht works for a hijacking, two make it a conspiracy, and America’s Mediterranean fleet is drawn into the confrontation.

The America administration’s opportunity to contain Iran’s nuclear agenda conflicts with the rescue of George and Kathryn’s daughter, Melissa. History’s faint memories of Hiroshima and Nagasaki are replaced with a reality of a world in which a nuclear agenda predicts a final confrontation between Islam and all other conviction.

While the rest of the world focused on the aftermath, Islam continues to march across Africa. The Foundation for Peace restructures its curriculum, Sam relinquishes the reigns and two lives, separated by protocol and reunited by tragedy, take new direction. Nicholas and Melissa find they share a common goal and The Foundation for Peace becomes the sword to fulfill Sam’s dream.

Patrick Roelle Sr.
Mr. Pat"

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Published January 13, 2009 by AuthorHouse. 484 pages
Genres: Action & Adventure, Literature & Fiction, Horror, Mystery, Thriller & Suspense, Crime. Fiction

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Nuclear terrorism and a uber-yacht are at the heart of this novel.

Sep 11 2009 | Read Full Review of The Terrorist Legacy


An organization attempts to get some of these children and save them by setting up camps to school them, however the Muslim’s in charge were reluctant to allow such camps as they wanted control of everyone in the entire area so they could kill anyone they felt like eliminating.

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