A Modern Day Trojan Horse
Think about the dozens of strangers you encounter everyday. Now imagine that several of them were biological time bombs carrying a deadly disease for which neither you—nor anyone else—were protected against. What if that scenario was part of an elaborate terrorist plot intended to cripple America? Just when you thought you had heard it all, comes a fresh, new book, Enemy of my Enemy, that explores one of today’s most frightening terrorist threats.
In Enemy of my Enemy, author Alan Murray’s razor-sharp foray into the shadowy world of bioterrorism, CIA analyst Allan Anderson and his reporter sister, Susan Anderson, find themselves at the heart of a deadly game played out in hidden places of power across the globe, from a safe house in the wilderness of Iran to a nuclear submarine in the Atlantic. Allan and Susan draw on everything they have—including their quick-thinking and fast-acting friends—in a high-stakes chase to stave off a sinister alliance that threatens the very existence of the United States. Drawing on a wellspring of historical insight, this political thrill ride takes you from the abstract realms of international policy to its very concrete and terrifying consequences.
What makes this book different from any other is the way that author Alan Murray, a retired military officer, cleverly draws on a wide range of factual information to weave a compelling nightmare scenario grounded in the political and technological realities of today. Enemy of my Enemy takes the reader on a global chase to unravel a deadly bioterror plot concocted by a startling alliance of adversaries. As this sinister plot unfolds before an unsuspecting America a mere ninety miles from its shores, Enemy of my Enemy’s characters come together in a most unusual way to foil the attack and save the day.