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Reviewed by Trudi LoPreto for Readers' Favorite
Bill Peterson, an FBI agent, is the good guy and Robert Smithson, a terrorist out to kill the president and change the way of the American government, is a very bad guy. Smithson escapes from prison, gets together a group of friends, and together they work on a plan that will kill the President as well as many other important people. Bill Peterson and his group of agents are familiar with Smithson and how evil a man he is, and they try to stay a step ahead and be ready for anything he might attempt. This plan is easier to create in the meeting room than out in the field and Smithson manages to stay ahead of them and elude recapture. When Smithson is unable to accomplish his original plan, he next concentrates on killing Peterson and/or his wife and two children. If I tell you further details it will be sure to spoil your reading and it is just too good a book to ruin.
There is supreme excitement on every page of Six (A Novel of Domestic Terrorism) by Jerry Johnson. The suspense never ends and the cat and mouse games are awesome. Six is everything it set out to be and more. My only complaint would be that although it was all supposed to be fiction, Trump, Pence and Marco Rubio were the figures involved. I personally would have preferred them to be fictional rather than having any sort of true political statements thrown in. However, the story is faultless and impossible to put down until the very last page is read. I would love to see Six become a movie; I even have the cast I would like to see in it. If you are a fan of thrillers, terrorists, suspense and investigations, you must read Six. Jerry Johnson has written a brilliant five star winner.