The Detonators: The Secret Plot to Destroy America and an Epic Hunt for Justice

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Little Brown and Company
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6.34 X 9.74 X 1.17 inches | 1.24 pounds

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About the Author
Chad Millman is the Editorial Director of ESPN Domestic Digital. He is the author of The Odds and coauthor of The Ones Who Hit the Hardest, Iceman, Invincible, and Pickup Artists. He lives in Connecticut with his wife and two sons.
Praise for The Detonators "A gripping account of conspiracy."--New York Times
"A story with which fans of action thrillers will feel entirely comfortable ... (About) the deadliest and most brazen act of terrorism on American soil before Sept. 11, 2001, and Millman illustrates, subtly and effectively, the parallels between those events in both execution and reaction."--New York Daily News
"Gripping and fascinating ... If Millman didn't base so much of it on actual documents you'd swear it was fiction."--New York Post
"Absorbing ... A ready-made suspense thriller ... Millman recounts the story deftly."--Boston Globe
"Exhaustively researched ... fascinating."--Entertainment Weekly, 50 Hot Summer Books
"Fascinating ... Millman has delved into the story deeply and with verve ... this fast-paced, thriller-like tale makes for gripping reading."--Publishers Weekly (starred review)
"The Detonators is more than an astonishing tale of espionage, keen detective work, and the American instinct for justice; it also calls to us from a past that looks stunningly similar to our futures."--Robert Kurson, author of Shadow Divers
"Fascinating and timely ... a legal thriller that spans two decades and three continents."--New York Observer
"A thrilling, splendidly written--and timely--tale of a forgotten conspiracy, when mysterious enemy agents lurked among us and plotted to force America to her knees. The Detonators is edge-of-your-seat history backed by impeccable scholarship."--James Swanson, author of Manhunt
"Millman deftly narrates ... an intriguing, bracing tale, and not just for history buffs."--Kirkus (starred review)
"Compelling enough to read ...insightful enough to make you think."--The Richmond Times-Dispatch