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Jihadist Terrorist Training Camps on The Rise in The US

Was 9/11 Just the Beginning?

Realistic Thriller Imagines Chilling Next Steps

A simple internet search reveals that there are currently 35 known terrorist training camps in the US. They're allowed to exist because there is no evidence of illegal activity.

K.C. Lindberg knows well the serious threats that overshadow the country. Actually a mother and son team, Kathleen Lindberg and Chris Lindberg, they have written a page-turning cautionary tale, Rise of the Red Crescent, in which Jihadist terrorists have infiltrated the U.S. and plot to destabilize the government by executing four deadly, simultaneous attacks across the country.

As the fateful date approaches, a handful of American security personnel must uncover the plot, untangle the web of clues, and attempt to stop the attacks and prevent America from plunging deeper into war.

Chris Lindberg, an Army Security Specialist who served in Desert Storm and Iraqi Freedom as an Intelligence Officer, says, "The idea for the book came from a dream I had. It stuck with me, so I decided to think like a terrorist and do some research on the internet. This enabled me to come up with the attack plan for the story. It's amazing how much dangerous, unclassified information you can find online."

"My mother joined the project, and then traveled with my father, a retired military man, to the four targets we picked for the story: the Hoover Dam, Las Vegas, Chicago, and Silver Spring, Maryland. They found them all to be vulnerable to attack."

The Lindbergs' explosive book mines a horrific plotline that is all too realistic. "People need to recognize the very real threats to our safety and security," says Kathleen Lindberg. "We saw what the terrorists were capable of on 9/11. We can't become complacent. Chris and I wrote the book as a wake-up call."

Rise of the Crescent is the first book in the Lindbergs' Red Crescent Series. They are currently at work on the second, Mighty Men Rising.

K.C. Lindberg is the mother and son team of Kathleen Lindberg and Chris Lindberg. Kathleen, a military wife and mother, is a writer and retired nurse, and has worked as a volunteer for a wide range of organizations. She attended the University of Georgia in conjunction with Grady Memorial Hospital Nursing School. Chris is currently a Security Specialist for the U.S. Army, and served as an Intelligence Officer in both Iraq wars. He graduated from the University of North Alabama with a degree in Radio/Television/Film.

Website: kclighthouses.com

Rise of the Red Crescent is available at amazon.

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