Terrorists And The Terchova Treasure: In My Brothers Place (Second Edition)
In the aftermath of the September 11, 2001 attacks on the United States, Joe Legion fights to protect his U.S. family and European relatives from a yet unknown enemy and from former friends who appear to have changed allegiances. Joe sharpens the fighting and survival skills he learned in the Army years earlier when he replaced his brother, who was presumed lost during a special operations mission...
Paperback: 550 pages
Publisher: Strategic Book Publishing (March 22, 2011)
Product Dimensions: 6 x 1.2 x 9 inches
Amazon Rank: 11084537
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“George Banas's first novel, Terrorists and the Terchova Treasure: In My Brother's Place, is an ambitious foray into the shadowy worlds of drug and weapons cartels, human trafficking, and governmental duplicity as seen through the eyes of Joe Legion, ...”
As an International Responder on earthquake relief missions in India and Peru before 9/11, Joe encounters individuals and small networks engaged in illegal trafficking in drugs, weapons, nuclear materials, and other contraband. Convinced of their links to larger terrorists groups after the 9/11 attacks, Joe demands authorization from MAGENTA, his former contact in the Pentagon, to disrupt and destroy these small, illegal operations while the U.S. military, FBI, and CIA pursue higher value targets. Joe enlists the aid of friends and family members he had previously organized to hunt for the legendary treasure of Juraj Janosik, the early 18th century Robin Hood and national hero of Slovakia. Joe's "recruits" willingly accompany him to confront dangerous adversaries under dangerous conditions in dangerous places including India, South and Central America, Europe, Russia, North Africa, and Joe's back yard. In solemn tribute to the known and unnamed defenders of the United States from its origin to the present day, the author deftly interweaves the horror of 9/11 with his personal experiences and actual historical events, causes, and consequences that have sometimes shaken our nation, but never defeated it.