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The Mahdi's Pathogen: Part 1

501 pages7 hours


The year is 2018, the first female President of the United States has been in the White House for two years. The Supreme Leader of Iran sees visions and has dreams of the 12th Imam returning to usher in a new Islamic caliphate. The Ayatollah's goal is suddenly to convert the entire world to Islam - to a new Islamic caliphate - but first he must destroy America. The Ayatollah sends a team of terrorists to the U.S. for a surprise attack with the deadliest anthrax ever manufactured. There is no cure for the disease…the public health system across the U.S. is overwhelmed and quickly collapses.
The U.S. is then crippled by a second surprise attack by Iran’s new Soumar-5 cruise missiles which create several devastating EMPs above America. The electrical power grid collapses and suddenly 320 million people are immediately thrust into an 1800’s standard of living. The nation’s infrastructure is destroyed and millions more people die because they are unprepared for a society without electricity. Most people lack the basic skills to survive.
Retired U.S. Army Ranger Nick Mosby served his country meritoriously for over twenty years and survived numerous tours of duty in the countries of the Middle East. He is one of the few who thought he was well prepared, however he must lay his life on the line once more to rescue his daughter who is stranded hundreds of miles away at college from the ensuing mayhem and violence.
Part 1 is the beginning of a cleverly woven international thriller which is set in Iraq, Iran, Washington D.C., New York City, Los Angeles and Texas. It is full of suspense and surprises that will leave the reader on the edge of their seat. It is interwoven with unique characters, tension, and a riveting plot with many surprise twists. The book is a rousing nail-biting adventure story that has an eerie prophetic significance, in that it relates to several actual political and military developments happening around the world today.

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