William Beecher is a Pulitzer Prize winning former Washington correspondent for the Boston Globe, the Wall Street Journal and the New York Times. He also served as a top official in the Defense Department and the Nuclear Regulatory Commission. He earned a BA from Harvard and an MS from Columbia University. Beecher received prestigious medals from the Defense Department and the White House for his work in government. He is a knight in the ancient order of St. John of Medina. Retired, he is an adjunct professor at the University of Maryland. Previous books are Mayday Man, Submerged Rage and The Acorn Dossier.
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by William Beecher
A beautiful coed becomes suspicious of some bizarre actions overseas by a naturalized American college professor and confides in her instructor, who alerts a close friend in the FBI. Turns out the prof is working with Al Qaeda in an ingenious scheme to sneak radioactive "dirty bombs" into the US. The FBI leads frantic efforts of five nations to try to thwart the destructive scheme.
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