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False Flag

Henry Brown

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"Where were you when the SHTF?"

A perfect storm is bearing down on the United States of America, combining nationwide financial devastation, conventional and nuclear terror, and military catastrophe.

Or so some Americans believe.

Diverse Americans are living their lives the best they can during the last days of life as they know it--most of them never suspecting the turmoil about to come crashing down all around them. Others see the storm approaching, but don't know what, if anything, can be done to avoid it.

Joshua Rennenkampf loves his country, but prepares for an economic collapse he believes inevitable. Dwight Cavarra is horrified by what looks like an impending race war, but speaking reason into the gathering storm only proves futile. Tommy Scarred Wolf pushes back against the fundamental transformation from Rule of Law to a Strong Man police state, but can only accomplish so much by himself.

Rennenkampf discovers evidence of what might be a false flag attack in the making. Cavarra is tipped off about a secret hit list of "potential domestic terrorists," through which he and his friends are targeted. Scarred Wolf has already lost his brother for the sin of poking his nose into government Black Ops; and now must decide whether a little more temporary tranquility for his family is worth the shock and awe to be wrought on the entire country if he fails to take action.

With harbingers of civil war and any number of other national cataclysms brewing, there will be no averting disaster if the false flag conspiracy turns out to be true. These men who have put their lives on the line for their country, so many times already, now have little choice but to treat the threat as real. And in the tumultuous political climate, their lives, fortunes and sacred honor will all be at risk.

General Action & Adventure General Thrillers General Science Fiction
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