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WILD FIRE by Nelson DeMille

WILD FIRE

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An Exclusive Note from Nelson DeMille

Wild Fire is my fourth novel that stars John Corey, former NYPD homicide detective, now working for the Federal Anti-Terrorist Task Force…

If you’ve been following the Corey books, you know that John Corey has some problems with authority, with women, and with his own ego…. But in the end, he always comes through and gets his man—or woman.

The premise of Wild Fire is very frightening—nuclear devices planted in American cities. But planted by whom? Sometimes, we need to keep an eye on our “friends.”

It’s interesting to see how John Corey has evolved from Plum Island, when he was an NYPD homicide detective, to a contract agent with the Anti-Terrorist Task Force. This evolution is, unfortunately, a result of the times we live in and Corey is a product of these times. So, while street crime in New York City is down, the threat of domestic terrorism—once so distant and remote—is elevated, high, or imminent…

As John Corey says to himself in Chapter Two: “Today is Alert Level Orange. Tomorrow, who knows? For damn sure, it’s not going to be Green again in my lifetime.”

And as Corey is thinking this, someone else—a deliciously evil villain named Bain Madox—is about to initiate a plan that will change the world as we know it.

It goes without saying that John Corey and Bain Madox are fated to meet and do battle. And to use a Corey expression, “Whoever comes in second is the first loser.”

This is a good opportunity for me to thank the club members for their continued interest in my novels. I hope you enjoy this one.

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