Beyond the Bars by Brooke Williams




A homegrown terrorist rallies several terrorist organizations and convinces them to carry out a meticulous plan. The goal is to rid the country of so-called evil by targeting specific people by location. Using the latest in powerful, military-grade explosives, they set off coordinated blasts at three of the nation’s crowded bus terminals. Hundreds are killed. Fear sweeps the nation. Through five lead characters we see how their lives are disrupted by the terror campaign. Their worlds merge and intersect because of this frightening experience.


I don’t typically read books about terrorist, but I have just finished reading another book by Brooke and loved her writing.  Once again the story is very compelling and the characters are well thought out.  Brooke writes in a way where the story is told from the perspective of several people involved in a series of events which eventually all come to a point.  Readers will enjoy this book even if this is not the typical genre that you are used to.  If you don’t happen to like this sort of a story, check out some of Brook’s other books, I’m sure you find something that will entertain you!

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