Inside Threat (Paperback)Jason Elam & Steve Yohn
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ByJason Elam & Steve Yohn
Size140 x 210 mm
Number of Pages384 pp
PublisherTyndale House Publishers
Chapter OneSATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 10, 11:35A.M. EDT
The September sun soaked into Scott Ross’s
face so deeply that he could almost feel his
skin browning. Yeah, baby, brush a little butter
on me, and you’ll cook up a nice golden, flaky
crust. The leaves around him hadn’t started
to drop yet, and the breeze that rustled them
smelled fresh and clean—not always a given
in the nation’s capital.
The moment of peace contrasted sharply
with the insanity taking place around him.
For Scott, as director of the counterterrorism
division’s Special Operations Group Bravo,
life was always a little crazy. But whenever a
credible tip came in on an impending attack,
it was Katy bar the door.
Scott and his team had gotten the call
less than twenty minutes after Malik Abdul-
Tawwab walked into the Washington, DC,
Metropolitan Police Fourth District station.
Less than half an hour after that, Scott was in an interrogation
room getting the scoop.
Malik Abdul-Tawwab was a young, second-generation
American Muslim who had been frustrated with his life. With
no work and no prospect of that situation meaningfully changing,
he had become bitter toward the land of his birth. It wasn’t
long before he found himself drawn to a radical group that had
formed within his mosque.