Former Navy pilot and POW Robert Gaines is approaching the end of his career as an FBI profiler when terrorist hijackers strike the World Trade Center on September 11, 2001.
Agent Gaines learns that a young Arab American student at NYU has written a short story about being the love child of terrorist ringleader Mohamed Atta, and then mysteriously disappeared. The student’s mother has ties to a Muslim charity that may have funneled money to the terrorists, and the young man’s professor, Arlo Duprey, might know where he is hiding. But Duprey’s Pulitzer Prize-winning father was convicted of contempt of Congress for refusing to ‘name names’ in the 1950s, and the professor isn’t talking.
Is the student’s story autobiographical? Are more devastating attacks in the works? Can Agent Gaines find the student and discover what he knows before the NYPD hunts him down?
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