The POW Book 2 of Jihad America Series by TD Barnes
In First Strike Jihad America, of a radicalized Islamic jihadist cell targets oil wildcatter Hoot Hanson. This occurs at the same time he is fighting the Secretary of the Department of Homeland Security to clear his name and save his oil company. In this Book 2, terrorist threats against his family and his company intensify, leading to the abduction of a family member as a prisoner of war. Hanson declares his personal war against the jihadists. Hoot gains support from the FBI and others when the US president refuses to recognize an Islamic jihad occurring in the United States. A cell of US soldiers converted to radicalized Islam joins the ISIS jihad on America. The cell kidnaps one of the Hanson twin daughters along with several other American girls with intent to ship them to the Middle East as brides or sex slaves of the Jihad warriors. ISIS uses social networking to recruit homegrown terrorists converted to radicalized Islam, offering to reward them with American girls as war brides. Hoot receives a large settlement in the Hanson litigation against the Department of Homeland Security that he uses to finance his build a high security garrison outside the Fort Sill Army Base for the protection of his family and as an academy to train security agents while the FBI and he seeks their missing daughter. He develops a cyber intelligence unit to monitor the social media used by ISIS to recruit Americans into the Islamic jihad. Hoot locates his daughter and other American girls only days before the terrorist cell shipping them to the Middle East as sex slaves. Hanson security agents and the FBI to rescue the girls and hold the terrorists prisoner at the Hanson garrison, fearing the president releasing them to close the Gitmo detention center in Cuba. The spread of the ISIS jihad against America spawns a demand for training counterterrorist agents at the Hanson garrison in Oklahoma. This demand develops into an international business for the Hansons.
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