In the opening pages of OneThreeThirteen – A Presidential Agent Novel Series Book 1, the unthinkable has happened.

The town of Wilmette, a middle class suburb north of Chicago, has been reduced to a rumbling cloud of dust by a nuclear bomb blast. Who could possibly be behind such a catastrophic act of terrorism? And what country has just declared war on the United States during its most vulnerable transition – the swearing in of a new President?

At the same time, hundreds of miles away, on Joint Base Andrews, in Virginia, Colonel Jim Madison, 161st Airborne, awakens to find a group of Black Ops paramilitary soldiers stealthily making their way through his home. Immediately, he knows something has gone terribly wrong. Madison must do everything in his power to escape because he has a startling and dangerous secret. One that has the power to destroy the United States and its allies if the enemy captures him.

At the heart of OneThreeThirteen is a political thriller that entails an international conspiracy reaching as far back as The 1993 Battle of Mogadishu, The 2001 Invasion of Afghanistan, and the 9-11 attacks. All of which are connected to one man – Youssef bin Caneer, a radical religious Muslim Imam bent on the destruction of the United States. He is assisted, in his diabolical efforts, by his trained assassin, General Muhammad Nasser. General Nasser is a man seeking revenge for the killing of his wife and son in the Jenin refugee camp massacre. But fate has someone else in store for General Nasser, in the form of Staff Sergeant Lucinda Olamae Washington. With the fate of the world hanging in the balance, will Nasser’s love for her change everything?

OneThreeThirteen is an action packed chase across international borders to find the country or countries responsible for the deadly nuclear attack on America and stop them before they can carry out another attack using a new even more powerful weapon that has the potential to kill millions. Will Madison and his team win the cat and mouse chase or is this the end for the United States?”


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