Enemy in the Garden: A Novel of Intrigue and Suspense

"Enemy in the Garden" is a provocative, but entertaining, thriller with a serious topic wrapped in an exciting adventure. Chosen for the 2014 Jewish Book Council Author Tour, it combines the theme of anti-Semitism in an action-packed story as a young suburban mother faces the deadly threat of a violent, anti-government gang known as the American Clan while searching for her kidnapped husband. More

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About Harriet Pike

As a newspaper reporter on Long Island, Harriet Pike lived and observed the suburban world of "Enemy in the Garden," a mix of beauty and prejudice. She started as a staff reporter for "Newsday" right out of college and subsequently worked for other publications as a reporter and managing editor. A career writer, her portfolio includes articles for the "New York Times" and "Daily News." This is her first published novel.

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