'Forty-Eight Hours of Death' is a suspense thriller about domestic terrorism The drug was good for several hours, but death would come first. She would never kw what hit her, pain, just darkness. It was such a waste, but it had to be done. Mari, her companion of the evening and the bartender had to be eliminated. The companion saw something that he wasn't supposed to see, and The Council didn't kw if he had realized the significance of what he saw and told Mari and the bartender. The Council was always cautious, and The Council's needs came first. He pulled into an alley behind a bar, fitted the silencer to the barrel and shot her behind the left ear. He hated that part. Incent lives are sacrificed to protect a deep dark secret. Prominent people in the community are disappearing without a trace, and the clock is ticking down to terrifying, unspeakable events. A disgruntled group of American citizens fueled by disgust with the federal government and politicians has embraced terrorism as a domestic weapon. A secret, deadly, organization finds justification for their actions in Thomas Jefferson's Declaration of Independence. Lincoln and Grant are back together again, albeit on a smaller scale. Hunting lodge owner Abe Lincoln and retired detective Jacob Grant seek to unravel the mystery surrounding the disappearances and brutal deaths. Their journey takes them into the dark and murky world of home grown domestic terrorism. What they uncover is far more sinister than anything that they had imagined.
Patrick Pritchard and Vicki make their home in Lawrence, Kansas. Pat grew up as an Army brat living on military bases throughout the States. He considers his mentors to be John D. McDonald and Robert Parker. He has a complete collection of their works. Pat holds a Bachelor of Arts Degree in Education from Wichita State University and a Master's of Science degree in Psychology from Emporia State University.