At what point should Americans rise up against the oligarchy that has high-jacked their federal government? At what point will Americans realize that their country's greatest enemy is domestic, not foreign?
These issues are explored in the new thriller "Justified Sedition" by Colter Bostick.
In the spirit of Vince Flynn and Dan Brown comes Colter Bostick’s newest political thriller, “Justified Sedition” (published by Archway Publishing).
When CIA operative Ryan Parker is asked to investigate a threat against the U.S. government, he initially believes foreign terrorists are at work. As he digs deeper, he discovers a terrible truth: members of his Navy SEAL unit have gone rogue. Bent on ridding D.C. of corruption, this specialized group believes violence is the only way.
With only three days to stop the group, Ryan embarks on a madcap chase to uncover the plot, but the more he learns about why the SEALs are doing this, the more he finds himself agreeing with them. As threats of treason pour in, Ryan must decide which side he is on.
Laced with action and mystery, “Justified Sedition” is a story of justice and revenge centered on characters who are not all good or all bad. Through them, Bostick intends to show readers how nothing is truly black and white.
“I want readers to understand that corruption is everywhere in the world,” Bostick says, “and it has to be dealt with, but there has to be a moral consciousness behind every action.”
“Justified Sedition”By Colter BostickHardcover | 6 x 9 in | 366 pages | ISBN 9781480812222Softcover | 6 x 9 in | 366 pages | ISBN 9781480812246E-Book | 366 pages | ISBN 9781480812239Available at Amazon and Barnes & Noble
About the Author - Colter Bostick was born in Loveland, Colorado, but grew up in northwest Wyoming in the towns of Cody and Powell. He played baseball as a left-handed pitcher, which earned him college scholarships. He majored in English communications at St. Mary’s University in San Antonio. He wrote “Justified Sedition” at the age of 22. He currently resides in Texas. Readers can connect with him at http://www.facebook.com/BosticksBooks.
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