Wordless Wednesday: Saving Raine by Frederick Lee Brooke

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Saving Raine by Frederick Lee Brooke

Frederick Lee Brooke has just published his fourth novel, Saving Raine.

It’s 2021. The U.S. has become a near-military state, and drones are present in nearly every aspect of life. Assassinations of prominent Americans are common, interstate travel is ruthlessly restricted, explosions rock cities daily and, worst of all, food is increasingly controlled by a corrupt syndicate of rival militias, keeping the country on the brink of starvation.

After receiving a cryptic message from his father urging him to evacuate his girlfriend, Raine, 19-year-old Matt Carney embarks on a cross-country road trip to California. Between a series of attempted hits by political party thugs, the endless interference of local police, and homeland security Predator drones endlessly raining down missiles on private citizens, however, Matt faces more deadly obstacles than he ever imagined possible. And here he thought Raine was the only one in mortal danger.

As he attempts to stay alive during his journey westward, Matt is joined by his stepbrother Benjy, and together they learn that their father is a leader of the terrorist group March22.

Can two ordinary boys in a blue Ford pickup outrun missiles launched from Predator drones? Can March22 outsmart homeland security and the U.S. government to help Matt accomplish his mission?

And, most of all—can Matt and Benjy arrive in time to save Raine?

This is a marked departure from the same author’s mystery/thriller series featuring Annie Ogden: Doing Max Vinyl, Zombie Candy and Collateral Damage. Find out more on Frederick Lee Brooke’s Author page, his Amazon author page or his own website.

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  1. Naznin Azeez says

    Saving Raine is simply amazing. Love it!