As the pieces of a Texas-sized conspiracy collide, an unwilling hero tries to save the Republic-and his life. A sniper team takes aim at a gubernatorial candidate. A political aide is kidnapped and interrogated about the encrypted iPods he's carried around the globe. A research scientist on the verge of an earth-shaking breakthrough disappears from his secretly funded university lab. All three are connected in a battle over something so small it takes a high-powered microscope to see it. As the pieces of a Texas-sized conspiracy collide, can Jackson Quick succeed in saving the Republic-and his own life? Or will those trying to silence him prove too powerful in a world where there is no allegiance.
About the Author
Tom Abrahams is a Texas television reporter and anchor who has spent more than 20 years covering local, national, and international news. He's interviewed Presidents, cabinet members, and leaders in congress. He's reported live from the White House, Capitol Hill, and the United Nations. Tom's covered five national political conventions. He has flown with presidential candidates, gone backstage at their rallies, and broken stories about them on television and online. He was at the Pentagon while smoke still rose in the hours after 9/11 and was in the room when Secretary Colin Powell made his case to the U.N. Security Council for war against Iraq. Tom lives in the Houston suburbs with his wife, Courtney, and their two children. "