African dictator Bantu Sibaba rules his new nation with an iron fist. Most of the countries in south and central Africa longer exist, having been gobbled up by his troops. Regarded as a modern-day Stalin, he maintains power with bomb threats. Now he wants to rule the world. Only one person on earth can stop him: the female president of the United States. President Stephanie Franklin knew Sibaba years ago, while she was in the Peace Corps. As she struggles to keep the peace between their two nations, Stephanie faces an illness that strives to take her life. An assassin shoots at her. She endures plots against her presidency and her life by a political enemy, a journalist, an unfaithful husband, and an envious identical twin. Through it all, she is aided by the man who has silently loved her for over a decade. Even with Adam at her side, will she survive the attempts on her life long eugh to save America from nuclear war?
Linda Owen is a regular writer on faith, retirement, travel, and general interest subjects for a variety of newspapers and magazines. She received a Master of Divinity Degree from Perkins School of Theology (SMU) and served briefly as a pastor and a chaplain. She has written Bible Study Curriculum for the United Methodist Publishing House. For five years she edited an online Christian magazine. She is a member of the American Christian Fiction Writers Association. She is also the author of Emergency Care, a Christian suspense. Linda and her husband Ervin live in San Antonio, TX.