Home Grown (not a gardening book)
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Best buddies, look-alike "twins", Wayne and Bob, from Buffalo are members in a brotherhood that is committed to the destruction of Zion and making "Great Satan" bleed. God bless anyone standing in their way. Poor professor Ellen Shapiro, she's gone and harbored Aalia, Wayne's battered wife. 'Til now, the only headache Ellen's had is Belle, a conservative student bent on revenge for her bad grades. More
Buddies Wayne and Bob belong to a secret brotherhood near Buffalo. Their mission is to create a financial pipeline to Gaza City, Palestine and kill some Zionist occupiers. That completed, the two look- alike friends, the "twins", plan to slash a double- furrowed scar on the face of America, the "Great Satan". God bless anyone who gets in their way. Which brings us to civil rights law professor Ellen Shapiro. Ellen is harboring Aalia, the battered Palestinian wife of sociopath and terrorist, Wayne, in the name of "social justice". She thinks Wayne and Bob are chemists. Ellen doesn't know that they're chemists from a murderous nightmare. Ms. Shapiro's biggest headache lately has been in the person of her student,Christian conservative, Belle Williams. Being politically incorrect earns you bad grades in the professor's class, and Belle Williams is no one to be trifled with. Belle uses her family's corporate power to file a grievance and apply financial pressure to Shapiro and her fellows at Columbia University. Belle and her dad, Wade, also become objects of the twins' madness when they make a temporary peace treaty with Shapiro in order to help Aalia escape. The "twins" manage to strangle upper Manhattan and make a deadly point at Yeshiva University. Using tricks, cons,and bullets, Wayne and Bob evade law enforcement and go to Galveston(first class) with the intention of burning the city to the ground. With plenty of time left on the clock to make an easy exit from the United States, the bad guys are tripped up by something sweet.