PRLog - Feb. 7, 2013 - CHANDLER, Ariz. -- CHANDLER (AZ)—Brighton Publishing LLC is pleased to announce the eBook release of the second installment in the riveting Matt Gannon series by Frederick F. Meyers, Jr., “The Jericho Gambit: A Matt Gannon Novel.” Novelist Frederick F. Meyers, Jr. delivers a mind-numbing blast of menacing characters, terrifying clashes, and heroic actions in his latest Techno-Thriller. “The Jericho Gambit: A Matt Gannon Novel” is currently available in eBook format from Amazon, Barnes & Noble, and other leading book retailers worldwide with the print version slated for release in mid-2013.
The Jericho Gambit
Driven by intolerance of western culture, a small—but powerful—group of Islamic fundamentalists act as puppet masters, directing the actions and motivations of the multi-national Islamic Conference Organization, the ICO.
Soon, radical Arab agent Salal, along with his lieutenant, Machmued, convince the ICO that the U.S. Government must abandon military forces in the Middle East and Israel or…face devastating repercussions.
For Matt Gannon and his team of warriors there is no rest in the ongoing battle against terror and, when an attack is imminent, there’s no substitute for boots on the ground.
When the ICO activates their sleeper cell to carry out their deadly Jericho Operation, Gannon and his team must act quickly and without deference in defense of the homeland.
Gannon’s team, including General Rufus Brandt and a crew of adept military minds formulate a counter-plan—
“Author Frederick F. Meyers, Jr. delivers an irresistible mix of culture and impactful imagery in this credible and entirely plausible thriller,” said Kathie McGuire, director of Brighton Publishing LLC. “The Jericho Gambit: A Matt Gannon Novel combines the action of a Dan Brown novel like Digital Fortress with the technical expertise illustrated in Tom Clancy’s classic Techno-Thriller Sum of All Fears.”
Frederick F. “Bud” Meyers, Jr. is a native of Pittsburgh, and a past holder of the Army Chair at the National Defense University. He is a graduate and former teacher at the prestigious Army War College whose military service has taken him all over the world. From Vietnam to Germany to Egypt and the Middle East, from these experiences Meyers has drawn much inspiration for his writing. Today, Meyers resides with his wife, Donna, and son, Matthew, on the Space Coast in Florida.