Item description for Terror Cell by Joseph H. Badal...
Terror Cell is an intellectually dazzling suspense thriller with a historical context about a terrorist group that plans a catastrophic attack during the 2004 Summer Olympic Games in Athens, Greece, and the efforts of a CIA special-ops officer, Danforth, to prevent the assault. Danforth's mission becomes even more difficult when he himself is targeted for assassination. The fictional terrorist organization is based on the actual Marxist group, 17 November, which caused murder and mayhem in Greece from 1975-2002. A timely and gripping story with real-life implications due to the uncertain political climate and security concerns in the upcoming 2004 Olympic games.
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Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 8.98" Width: 6.06" Height: 1.42" Weight: 1.55 lbs.
Release Date Jun 30, 2004
Publisher Seven Locks Press
ISBN 1931643458 ISBN13 9781931643450
Reviews - What do customers think about Terror Cell?
Ripped from the headlines Mar 4, 2006
Terror Cell takes the reader behind the scenes as investigators try to catch terrorists operating in Greece in the buildup to the Athens Olympics. Fast pace and furious action.
Nashville Reader Mar 1, 2006
Very interesting plot and characters. I felt like the time spent reading this book was very enjoyable and worthwihile. I highly recommend the book.
A gripping tale set in Greece Feb 25, 2006
A great read. A fast paced thriller set in Greece, it kept my attention through out. Want to read more by this author.
Terror Cell Feb 24, 2006
Another perfect thriller in what hopefully will become a never-ending series of historical fiction by Joe Badal. Incorporating realistic backdrops and set in the context of real-world events, this completely believable, fast-paced mystery will keep you on the edge of your seat and up late at night. Why we haven't seen the first book in the movies is beyond me; perhaps HBO is optioning them.
Real Life Thriller Feb 13, 2006
I thought the book touched on the author's real life experiences in Greece and the Military. Once you started reading the book it was hard to put down. I can not wait for Joe Badal's next book.