This book exhausted me, but I loved every minute of it. Blain McCracken is my hero, there is no seemingly impossible situation that he can't get out of and of course he always does. I highly recommend this book to anyone who likes to read sitting on the edge of their seat.
From the cover: April 1998: A tanker hauling a deadly new explosive vanishes without a trace in a raging storm.. That explosive falls into the hands of Jack "Terror" Tyrell. Now, he's more determined than ever to realize his deadly vision: to lead a radical underground group that spreads its message via bombs and blood.
Enter Blaine McCracken. McCracken seeks out his mentor, Sergeant Major Buck Torrey, to get his edge back after being wounded in a terrorist attack. But Torrey has disappeared. McCracken reconnoiters with beautiful Liz Halprin, Torrey's daughter, and their hunt takes them on a perilous journey where secreta can be as deadly as bullets.
McCracken and Halprin are hot on Jackie Terror's tail, which brings them to Manhattan, where terror's going to hold seven million people hostage.
Described as "Rock-'em, sock-'em, shoot-'em, blow-'em-up, nonstop action.