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Hard Target

Alan Jacobson

Publisher: Open Road Media Mystery & Thriller

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National-bestselling author Alan Jacobson returns with a story as fresh as the headlines, a novel—his best in years—that moves him into the thriller writer eliteHard Target by Alan Jacobson is a ticking time bomb that will keep you clinging to the edge of your seat . . . and turning the pages.  An explosion pulverizes the president-elect’s helicopter on election night. It soon becomes clear that the group behind the assassination attempt possesses far greater reach than the FBI Joint Terrorism Task Force has yet encountered—and a plot so deeply interwoven in the country’s fabric that it threatens to upend America’s political system.

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