ABOUT THE BOOK:
Linebacker Riley Covington returns to another season of mini-camp for the Colorado Mustangs just as a wave of terrorist attacks begin to occur across the country. Sleeper cells are being awakened—likely by the leader of the Cause, who has recently escaped from captivity and is coordinating attacks not only on America but also on Riley and his loved ones. As Jim Hicks, Scott Ross, and the rest of the Counterterrorism Division follow leads in Europe, Riley goes on the offensive to draw out his attackers. But can the Cause be stopped before they’re able to reach their ultimate goal?
Reading this whole series in a matter of days this book blends somewhat with book one and three, oops, which is causing a problem in the review department since it’s hard to review a book that has blended in with other books. So, big oops!
Anyway, it’s a good book and it starts out a little crazy, there are terrorists, lots of shootings, shooting, and fights, of course, plus some characters die, and there’s a countdown on more dangerous attacks, blah blah blah, review complete. For readers over 17/19 or so for violence. (Hopes this would get a Scott Ross stamp of approval if he were a real person.)
ABOUT THE AUTHOR:
Jason Elam (born March 8, 1970 in Fort Walton Beach, Florida) is a retired American football placekicker. He was drafted by the Denver Broncos in the third round of the 1993 NFL Draft. He played college football at Hawaii.
Elam also played for the Atlanta Falcons. A three-time Pro Bowl selection, Elam won two Super Bowl rings with the Broncos and is tied with Tom Dempsey for the longest field goal in NFL history at 63 yards.
* Riley Covington