Terror Strikes:

They’re here…and coming soon to a city near you.

From Terror Strikes:

Marten’s phone rattled across the desk at his bedside. Reaching over in the dark, he picked it up and cradled it and its dim light penetrated the dark. A text relayed in from the nearby phone network tower.

Marten’s interest was heightened, and he wiped his hands across his eyes in order to better focus. Two words appeared: Go Go’s. He need not review the source; this could only be from one person—Nicolas.


When a journalist sets out to write a book about terrorism, he learns more than he bargained for.

Will his sacrifices be worth it?

Will anyone pay attention?

Can America be saved?

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From the foreword by Bruce Fleury:

“Joe Lenard’s book Terror Strikes, although a work of fiction, is especially timely and topical….[He takes] on an international crisis that, if not addressed with more urgency, threatens to condemn our descendants to live in a 7th-Century nightmare from which there may very well be no awakening.”

From the foreword by Bruce Fleury:

“Joe Lenard’s book Terror Strikes, although a work of fiction, is especially timely and topical….[He takes] on an international crisis that, if not addressed with more urgency, threatens to condemn our descendants to live in a 7th-Century nightmare from which there may very well be no awakening.”

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