Twins

Don Helin expertly delves into the inevitable ramifications of a divided America in crafting a terrifying tale that’s as flawlessly structured as it is brilliantly conceived. This seminal effort echoes Brad Taylor at his level best in a thriller Vince Flynn would have been proud to write. —- Jon Land, USA Today bestselling author

New York Book Festival Award
International Book Award Finalist – Thriller/Adventure
Beach Book Festival Award
San Francisco Book Festival Honorable Mention – Best Fiction

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New York Book Festival Award
International Book Award Finalist - Thriller/Adventure
Beach Book Festival Award
San Francisco Book Festival Honorable Mention - Best Fiction

A member of the Patriot’s militia sets fire to a library in central Pennsylvania and kills the sheriff who tries to stop him. French operatives infiltrate into the United States from Canada to hack into national computer systems, then use their skills to spread disinformation.

Is there a relationship between these two events? The president’s national security advisor dispatches Colonel Zack Kelly and a small team to evaluate the possibility of a terrorist attack.

What they uncover is a bombing plot worse than the 1996 disaster in Oklahoma City which killed 168 people. Can Zack and his team stop this nightmare before it’s too late?

Author

Don Helin

Cover

Paperback

ISBN

9781951556839

Pages

256

Size

6 x 9

Year Published

2022

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About the Author

About the Author 

During his time in the military, Don Helin served at a number of stateside posts as well as overseas in Vietnam and Germany. He is the author of seven thrillers that draw from his military experience, including three tours in the Pentagon. He writes for TheBurg, a community magazine based in Harrisburg.

Don is the editor of the new anthology, VOICES FROM THE PANDEMIC. 2020 has brought changes in everyone’s life. Read the memoirs of healthcare workers, educators, writers and entertainers, people who have experienced loss, and a special group — elementary school students — to better understand what this period has meant to all of us.

His novel, Secret Assault, was selected as the Best Suspense/Thriller at the 2015 Next Generation Indie Book Awards. His novel, Long Walk Home, won a Five Star review at Readers Favorite Awards and his latest novel, Roof of the World, was a finalist in the 2020 Next Generation Indie Book Awards.

You can reach Don at: www.donhelin.com

 

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