By Gerald Meunier
His wife’s fears end up to be well-founded. Iran sends Islamic extremist, Assim Badaseri, to the United States through Mexico with a plan to detonate a filthy bomb in Washington. Badaseri is sworn to kill any infidel who discovers his presence right here.
Clay is decided to satisfy the deathbed promise made to his spouse to guard their young ones. yet, whereas traveling his mom and dad in Colorado for Christmas, destiny steers him into the trail of Badaseri. The Iranian thinks he’s been came across. He attempts yet fails to kill Clay, who escapes and returns to Washington blind to what he’s up opposed to. After one other failed test, this time at Clay’s condo, Badaseri kidnaps his little ones to maintain him quiet.
Haunted by way of his wife’s dying and dealing with the lack of his little ones, Clay overcomes his contempt for the govt and asks his former boss for aid. If he doesn't locate Badaseri earlier than he assaults Washington, his youngsters will die.
As assorted ladies love Clay amidst the heart-pounding motion, Meunier unleashes a high-voltage portrayal of secretive mosques, ruthless Islamic justice, and suicide bombers at NFL playoff games—all opposed to a backdrop of human trafficking and unlawful immigration.
For an individual desirous about the porous Mexico border, Gerald Meunier offers a scathing indictment of Washington politics and politicians. ROGUE PATRIOT indicates how the government's failure to safe the border could have devastating outcomes for any patriotic American . . .
. . . and everybody with regards to him (or her).