Home, Texas has a population of 1280, everyone knows each other, the last football victory was in the 70s but is remembered by all and the local gossip spot seems to be the Dairy Queen. Home is not the type of place where one would feel unsafe, but that was before the murder of Inez McNamara by two members of the Mexican cartel, Rey del Sol, who were after Pete McNamaras gun collection. One of the gang members survive and before long has a multi-million dollar, smarmy lawyer flown in. The lawyer wastes no time in filing lawsuits against Pete McNamara, the town of Home, the manufacturer of the gun used to murder his friend and paralyze Navarre and the federal government for the violation of Navarres civil rights, even though he isnt even a U.S. citizen.
Like an episode of Law & Order with its ripped from the headlines allure, Home Invasion depicts an America led by an agenda-ridden President, who is secretly ruled by Mexican drug lord, Reynosa y Montoya. Delighting in the tragedy of Home and its subsequent victimization of the criminal Navarre, the President ignores the Constitution and forcibly removes all guns from the citizens of Home. This act thrusts open the door for an invasion from Rey del Sol.
But what happens when two rogue CIA agents, Lawrence Ford and Brad Parker, armed with both the knowledge of an impending bio-weapons threat and plenty of guns, show up and re-arm the citizens of Home? Youll have to read to find out! This action-packed, thrill-ride of a novel will definitely appeal to the politically-minded readers of suspense who are tired of sycophantic media.