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The Last American State by Robert D. Leigh

The Last American State

Volume II: The Fortress Crisis

by Robert D. Leigh

Pages: 388

Dimensions: 6.69 x 9.61

  • FICTION - Christian - Futuristic
  • FICTION - Political

Type : Paperback

ISBN : 9781632216489

Price : $27.99

Type : Hardcover

ISBN : 9781632216496

Price : $38.99

Jack Claiborne has just caught his breath after the defeat of the ISIS brigade in the Jordanian desert. He has beaten his arch-enemy, Hafez Gamal Salafi, to a pulp and barely makes it to Israel.
As America crashes and burns from timid leadership, the public has rioted and gone off the grid, holing up in fortresses where they are a law unto themselves. His assignment is to bring the feudal, warring fortresses back into the American fold.
To restore the nation, Jack only has a Virginia fortress of good ‘ol boys whose main military training appears to be from Hollywood.
Starting out without much hope for success, Jack finds the country infested with Islamic fortresses. They are bent on a guerrilla war in the heartland to destroy what’s left of America.
And Salafi isn’t done with Jack yet. Underneath the diabolic Islamic plot, Salafi is pulling the strings. With Salafi’s vendetta smoldering nonstop, Jack has to keep his head on a swivel; defeating Salafi’s attempts on his life are all in a day’s work.
Jack wages his war on “all enemies, foreign and domestic.” He falls in love. As he leads his own ‘little Mafia’ in one final crusade of The Crusader Scourge, will Jack help save America despite itself, or will Salafi kill him first?

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Robert D. Leigh is now a retired psychiatric nurse, an amateur historian and student of politics. Like Jack, he is even more concerned about the period of American history and politics we find ourselves in than when writing Volume I. He lives with his wife Denise and their four dogs in southern Arizona, where he helps with the grandkids, in fixing up their home, or works on this series and an upcoming non-fiction title or two. He also is watching America work its way out of COVID quarantine and wonders when parts of Jack’s story may transition from fiction to history.

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