Kerry Cue: Target 91. One body, then another and another, turn up in different states each one skewered by an AK-47 with a small US flag attached to the rifle butt and the words BAN THIS WEAPON printed on the back. When young, tweeting, texting, blogging journalist Kitchi Le labels the killers the Anti-Gun Brigade (AGB), they start communicating their threats through her. But who are the victims? And why were they targeted?
The National Gun and Shooters Association (NGSA) CEO, Gig DeKant goes ballistic claiming ‘the depraved, godless, tree-hugging, vegetarian fringe of the loony Left don’t want ordinary Americans to be armed.’ When the AGB name DeKant as a target he calls on his brothers-in-arms to gun down ‘those loony lefties’. This sparks a politically-charged media frenzy and triggers a race to stop the AGB.
Suddenly the lives of Quincey Washington Booker (Organized Crime NY FBI), Denney O’Shea (Undercover FBI), DeKant and Kitchi Le become dangerously entwined. The pace is runaway train fast. The humor puts the idiotic-side of US Gun Culture in the cross-hairs. While the up-against-the-wall sex is worth the price of the book. The many twists and turns in the plot will keep you furiously reading until the last page. The morals and ethics of both sides of the gun debate are tested in this satirical suspense novel. All small details are based on facts: typical gun lobby rants, the 2008 Heller judgment that put hand guns back on the street in the US, cost of an AK-47, open carry laws, the holed-up militias, cost of ammo and gun chat room rants.