The American Terrorist

Rated 3.33/5 based on 3 reviews
When Doug lost his only grandson in Afghanistan from a terrorist I.E.D., it was unbearable for him. Michael had been like a son to him and his grief led him on his own personal war to hunt down the 35 suspected terrorist cells in America. Follow as he hunts them down and does his best to destroy them.

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About Ron L. Carter

Ron L. Carter - born - Norman, Arkansas. Lives in Visalia, CA. Graduated from Redwood High School in 1965 and College of the Sequoias in 1969. Spent twenty one months in the U.S. Army and did one tour of duty in Vietnam from Sept. 1967 to Sept. 1968 (during the Tet Offensive).

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Review by: Sherry Bishop on Aug. 12, 2014 :
Review by: Sherry Bishop on February1, 2014:
It was a very heart felt book. Having members of the family lost and alone with his sorrow then finding what was happening in the US was gripping. The story was a bit long but a good read.
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Review by: Matt Eliason on Jan. 7, 2014 :
I am afraid I did not finish this book. Sadly over 50% of the book that I skipped through goes into the grandfather's there was nothing other than the first chapter which set things up nicely and ready to get into the meat of the action, which did not happen before I closed the book.
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Review by: Karma Derby on July 1, 2013 :
An American Terrorist takes my very valid fears, still bruised from 9/11 and reeling with anger from the bombings at the Boston marathon, using them to see the pain suffered by a grandfather, just informed of his only grandchild's death. With literally nothing left to lose, Doug, a retired physician and widower, is feeling the pain that no parent or grandparent should ever have to feel. My heart truly hurt reading this book knowing that it could very easily be a true story and surprised I haven't yet heard of it happening on the news! It was one of those novels I couldn't stop reading until I turned the very last page and finally let loose the tears that had been threatening to spill. Thank you Mr. Carter for another point of view to this never endng and senseless loss of lives.
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