An investigative reporter goes deep undercover to infiltrate a terrorist cell, ultimately breaking up a plot that would have taken the lives of hundreds of innocent Americans. Is it truth, or fiction?
When the FBI recently broke up the alleged plans of six radical Islamists to attack Fort Dix Army base in New Jersey, it was due to the efforts of paid informants who had infiltrated the group of foreign-born Muslims. Despite the threat of terrorism from groups outside the U.S., the FBI is now concerned with “home-grown” terrorists, much like the racist, anti-Semitic group in Homeland Insecurity (July) a new novel by Richard & Evangeline Abanes.
In Homeland Insecurity, white supremacists launch a massive attack against five U.S. cities, killing thousands. It’s the beginning of a murderous conspiracy to overthrow the government…
After journalist Frank Delafield narrowly escapes death, his investigations lead to the shocking plans of the clandestine Yahweh’s Holy Temple. Will Delafield be able to find out in time to prevent another attack and more deaths?
Abanes, along with his wife Evangeline, brings this frightening world to light, drawing on extensive research and his own journalistic investigations of white supremacist militia groups.