Linebacker Riley Covington returns to another season of mini-camp for the Colorado Mustangs just as a wave of terrorist attacks begin to occur across the country. Sleeper cells are being awakened--likely by the leader of the Cause, who has recently escaped from captivity and is coordinating attacks not only on America but also on Riley and his loved ones. As Jim Hicks, Scott Ross, and the rest of the Counterterrorism Division follow leads in Europe, Riley goes on the offensive to draw out his attackers. But can the Cause be stopped before they're able to reach their ultimate goal?
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This is an awesome story line and a book I was unable to put down. Could not wait for #2 and believe me it is even better. I wondered how Jason & Steve could top the first Riley Covington book but they did! If you are a fan of Mel Odom or Joel Rosenberg you will love this series. It has sports, terrorists, government intelligence and a little romance all rolled into two great books! Please guys, let there be a #3!
After reading the first Riley Covington book, I wondered if Jason Elam and Steve Yohn would be able to make the second one as suspenseful. I shouldn't have wondered. This one is, in my opinion, even better than the first one. There were times I had to stop reading, some of the sections were hard to get through, but it is worth it. Two thumbs up, 5 stars and a standing ovation to you both!
I coulden't wait for this book to come out--and it did't disappoint me. Monday Night Jihad and Blown Coverage keep me reading well into the wee hours into the morning. Jason & Steve---please let there be a third in this series.
I was given the first Riley Covington book for Christmas from my wife. To be honest, I was a little skeptical about the story-line. However, I devoured the first book, and immediately went out and purchased this book. The second book is even better than the first! Let me offer one note of criticism: The writing and humor in both books are, at times, a bit juvenile. (But, give the guys some slack for their first two thriller novels!)Sometimes the story line was predictable, but the skill of the writers and the love of the characters kept my heart engaged until the end. If you are a fan of Joel Rosenberg, you will certainly find these books intriguing, if not terrifying in their potential realism. (Note: The "Monday Night Jihad" books do not attempt to illustrate Bible prophecy.) Excellent books.