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Jacqueline Diane Lynch is a high school dropout whose parents instilled in her a hatred of black people and Jews. She's a 29-year-old ruthless killer for a neo-Nazi terrorist organization called Werewolf. Jacqueline's lover is a nuclear engineer and former colonel named Howard Brennan, who is vengeful and vicious. He seeks vengeance against the federal government and devises a lethal means to achieve his goal, a plot that will endanger the president's life. The city is about to feel the brunt of these two individuals wrath. To find out what happens, read this fascinating story.
Code Name: Juggernaut by Sherman Ross is a gripping tale that kept me on the edge of my seat. Readers will find this to be an engaging novel, particularly the cliffhanger that sets up the plot's many unexpected turns. In one of these, FBI agent Douglas Rabson is looking into a murder case that one of these merciless killers started and that caused a riot in the black neighborhood. Although Rabson is a professional and knowledgeable FBI agent who does a decent job, his plans and intelligence to capture these terrorists and stop them from attempting a murder are consistently a bit behind schedule. The author's writing style made me feel as though I was present to witness these occurrences firsthand.
In the book, racists and terrorists are shown to think, act, and organize without giving any of their planned attacks a second thought. The teachings and ideologies of the white supremacist Aryan Church of Yahweh the Creator are odd. Their customs and worship are distinct from those of conventional religions.
The thing I adore most about the book is Rabson's dedication to catching this terrorist at all costs, even though it meant having to leave his wife and two girls for an extended period without knowing whether he would survive. I felt bad for him because he always encounters a brick wall when attempting to capture this terrorist.
There is nothing about the book that I disliked. The characters are nicely developed, and the book is wonderfully written. The novel is exceptionally well edited. It contained no errors, to my knowledge. I rate the book four out of four stars. This is because reading this captivating story will send the reader's emotions on an emotional roller coaster. The book examines some significant themes that will be quite helpful to readers. I recommend this book to fans of crime and mystery thrillers. Both the plot of the story and the author's original writing style will be valued by them.
Code Name: Juggernaut
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