by Mike Szumanski
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Pub Date 15 Oct 2015 | Archive Date 15 May 2016
Explosions and fires kill and wound hundreds of people at simultaneous Fourth of July celebrations in Virginia and in Copenhagen, Denmark.
An unknown Islamist organization claims responsibility in Copenhagen, while the US government blames suicide bombers with ties to al-Qaeda for the American attack, deeming the two events to be unconnected.
Adam Stepowski, an investigative lawyer who witnesses the horror in Virginia, while his younger son escapes unharmed from the Danish attack, doesn't believe in coincidences. With his family, a Russian girl, and a retired CIA operative, Adam launches an independent investigation on both sides of the Atlantic. The facts he discovers contradict the official version proclaimed by the White House. Adam uses his international experience to find the link between Virginia and Denmark. As the mystery unfolds, Adam races to find an answer that will be more complex and alarming than he had imagined.
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Average rating from 5 members
The Siblings is a great story and so timely......
The characters are so real , the description of situation and places are wonderful .
Thru his writings I easily become a part of the situation and places.
Looking forward to the next story of Mike Szumanski .
This book had a lot of promise and did good at showing items but I found that it needed something more to really male it great
While this book took me some time to read the story line was great. I feel that it took me a while because these things are happening more and more frequently this day and age which kept giving me an eerie vibe. I had slight confusion with all the characters at first but totally had down who's who by the time the story got fully moving. This is a great read about terrorism but I do suggest a quiet place to read as it bounces from place to place as the terror attacks happened simultaneously in two totally different locations. I would recommend this book to anyone that likes to read about investigations and terrorism. This isn't full of blood and gore. It touches a little on injuries but is more focused on finding and stopping the causes of these bombings before more occur.
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