In the NETT, Jack Allen is once again in the thick of a terrorist plot. Now working for a joint CIA/NSA/FBI initiative known as the National Espionage and Terrorist Tracking unit, Jack searches out terrorists using his finely-honed computer skills, but this time they are tracking him as fervently as he is tracking them. Jack once again finds himself in a race against the clock. He is certain there is a mole inside the NETT thwarting his efforts to track the last terrorist involved in the earlier attack on his family and who is planning yet another attack on the U.S. In desperation, to uncover the mole and find the terrorist before another attack, he hesitantly accepts a partnership of sorts with the President of the United States, Margaret Statzer, the first-ever woman U.S. President, which causes all sorts of complications in his life, both at work and at home.
|Publisher:||Robert James Allison|
|File size:||367 KB|
About the Author
I was born and raised in Decatur, Illinois, but moved to the Moweaqua area around 1991. I like small towns and rural settings, as does my wife of thirty-five years, Barbara. We have two grown children, John and Anna to whom I dedicated my first book, The First Suitor. I started writing about fifteen years ago as a diversion from my regular job as an attorney. At that time I had been practicing law in Central Illinois for about fifteen years and was looking for another avenue to exercise my writing and organizational skills. Now after thirty years of practicing law I would like to write full time, but yet I find myself full time in the law and part time in writing. I enjoy telling stories and some would say that all lawyers are born fiction writers, because fiction is all they write in the first place. I have to admit that there is some truth to that. I have had five books published with Wings ePress, Inc., and more manuscripts in the works. I recently started the process of removing all of my books from Wings and putting them on Amazon in Kindle format and other digital sites. In the future I plan to publish all of my books in ebook format on various sites such as Amazon and Barnes & Noble. Some new books will be going up soon, too. Recently I have retired from the private practice of law and have relocated to Louisville, Kentucky. I try to draw on my experiences in the practice of law and my life experiences in general to give realism to my stories and characters. In the 1970s I served in the U.S. Army as a Military Policeman and in the late '80s, I was a Captain in the U.S. Army Judge Advocate General Corps, Army National Guard. I have been to Germany, France, Belgium, Holland, and many of the United States. I like to work the settings of the places I've been and things I've done into my stories. I write romance into almost every book, but it isn't always the main theme and it is never explicit or vulgar. I am foremost and always an entertainer and that is why I write fiction, but I try to make it real and believable as well as entertaining.