A nail-biting, straight-from-the-headlines thriller of international suspense from Edgar Award winner and New York Times bestselling author
The paths of all of these characters converge on one clear morning in Florida. NASA is preparing to launch the space shuttle—this time with a high-paying visitor on board as a guest, and the FBI and the Coast Guard are doing everything they can to help the launch go off without a hitch. But one Pakistani man with a bottomless personal grudge and the commitment of many zealous men behind him is determined to strike back at the most visible target he can find…
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Listen to this audiobook excerpt from the suspense thriller novel Prepared for Rage, a nail-biting, straight-from-the-headlines thriller of international suspense from Edgar Award winner and New York Times bestselling author Dana Stabenow. A terrorist filled with resentment...an FBI analyst challenged to be three steps ahead of the intelligence...a Coast Guard captain assigned to keep watch on that very American of symbols from the water...an astronaut who takes her job very seriously... The paths of all of
“Why it’s hot: It offers an in-depth profile of a terror cell and a battle to the death aboard a Coast Guard cutter.”—USA Today
“A frightening, tightly written thriller.”—Kirkus Reviews
“Apollo 13 meets United 93…Stabenow knows Coast Guard and astronaut lingo.”—Entertainment Weekly
“Stellar…entertainment and suspense of a high order.”—Publishers Weekly (starred review)
Dana Stabenow is the New York Times bestselling author of the Kate Shugak mysteries and the Liam Campbell mysteries, as well as a few science fiction and thriller novels. Her book A Cold Day for Murder won an Edgar Award in 1994. Stabenow was born in Anchorage, Alaska and raised on a 75-foot fish tender in the Gulf of Alaska. She has a B.A. in journalism and an M.F.A. in writing from the University of Alaska. She has worked as an egg counter and bookkeeper for a seafood company, and worked on the TransAlaska pipeline before becoming a full-time writer. She continues to live in Alaska.