Yellowstone: Final Extinction (ebook)

Yellowstone: Final Extinction (ebook)

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Mustafa al-Khalid is the spoiled only child of a very wealthy Turkish family, the source of whose wealth is alcohol. They own the largest brewery in Turkey. His ostracism pushes him to study Islam where he meets and proposes to Jasmine, the only person he has ever loved. At their engagement party Jasmine, her family and most of his family are killed by a Hellfire missile fired from a U.S. Navy drone. Mustafa didn't know that Jasmine's father was the head of the Muslim Brotherhood. Five other members of the Brotherhood's high council were present and also killed. As Mustafa slowly recovers from his own serious wounds, the Brotherhood make an easy convert of him. But he's not going to waste himself or his money on suicide bombings or even massive attacks like 9/11. Instead, he is going to create the ultimate act of terrorism, the ultimate form of suicide: he is going to end the world! As he learns the tradecraft of terrorism, he recruits radical German scientists, sells the Turkish brewery, and buys one in Russia from some generals who command tactical nuclear forces. His team buys a nuclear warhead from two Russian colonels. They smuggle the bomb into the US with the help of a County Sheriff in New York. They recruit a park ranger in Yellowstone who needs money for his dying sister and a new identity for himself. This crisis lands on the desk of Agent Michael Cornell of the FBI. All he has to go on are reports from their Russian counterpart, the FSB. Nothing made sense. As the days tolled, Agent Cornell found himself working with the 43-year old Chief of Naval Operations, Admiral Molly McNamara. Molly made her name in the Navy when she was a communications officer on a destroyer during a war game that her team was losing. She took out her laptop and shut off all of the electrical systems on the other team's flagship, the USS Nimitz. Rather than court-martialing her, the Navy promoted her.


Detalles del ebook
ISBN:
9781682227220
Editorial:
BookBaby
Formato:
EPub con DRM
Idioma:
Inglés
Género:
Literatura
Subgénero:
Historia de la Literatura

Referencia:

1682227220 |

EAN:

9781682227220

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