Rogue nations with a nuclear punch might not be able to deliver their bombs here in the Homeland, but they will shop their wares to anyone who can! Terrorists will make their second great attack on the Homeland with nuclear weapons. The story tells who will do it, how it will be done, most likely where, and when. This is a war story about what happens when mommy and daddy take over defense of the Homeland, about a country run by people in such denial that only a second mass death of innocent Americans could jog them out of their ideological stupor. It's a story of courage and cowardice, the courage to stand head-up against power and the cowardice to sanction the murder of innocents for political gain. It's a love story about men who love God so much that they're willing to sacrifice anyone but themselves, including their own Believers - about Americans who love power so much that they're willing to sacrifice their countrymen as long as their policies remain unquestioned - and about real Americans who love their country so much that they offer to sacrifice themselves in her defense. It's a teaching story containing lessons about ideology trumping survival, political correctness trumping plain common sense, and agenda trumping truth, with a little character-building on the side. But above all else, it's a story of Duty holding apart then welding together some very, very good people in the defense of America. Some of the bad guys win; some of the good guys lose. Terrorists kill, bravery exalts, fuses ignite, and lovers find a way. And it's a story about simple, average Americans watching their country's descent into danger and wondering why in the world common sense doesn't prevail - Americans kind of like you and me.aquot;Would you like to own the original Operations Manual for The Gadget, the device exploded in New Mexico in July, ... or the DSI for Fat Man, the plutonium implosion bomb about the same size but twice as powerful dropped on Nagasaki ?
|Title||:||No More Time for Sorrow|
|Publisher||:||AuthorHouse - 2010-05|