Doug Fain scores again with another fast paced, intriguing novel of the professional organizations that orchestrate the demonstrations and political shenanigans that rip at the fabric of American democracy. Doug takes you into the persuasive organizing campaigns where idealistic students are duped into joining the subversive organizations, then into the demonstrations where looting and bloodshed are encouraged, and finally into the depths of depravity where anything is okay to win the complicit media's attention. But in Anarchist for Rent, the perpetrators make one large mistake when they target a young woman and unite a father and son seeking revenge for her death. As the two unravel the demonstrators' web of deceit, they traverse the world to uncover an even more sinister terrorist collusion that takes the reader into a world of arms dealers, nuclear weapons, and a plot that will leave you questioning the powers that influence your life.
Author: Douglas Michael Fain Publisher: Bergan Peak Publishing Published: 03/17/2018 Pages: 354 Binding Type: Paperback Weight: 1.14lbs Size: 9.02h x 5.98w x 0.79d ISBN: 9780692062623
About the Author Douglas Fain is a graduate of the Air Force Academy and holds graduate degrees from Georgetown University and the University of Southern California. He flew more than 200 combat missions over Southeast Asia and was awarded a Distinguished Flying Cross for Heroism, a Distinguished Flying Cross for Achievement, fourteen Air Medals, and an Air Force Commendation Medal. He is the president of CEBG, Inc., an international consulting company, and has worked in more than 30 different countries in that capacity. He has taught for four universities in both undergraduate and graduate programs as an affiliate faculty member and was a candidate for the U.S. Senate in 1992. Doug has served on several boards and is the author of The Phantom's Song, an award winning novel about the Vietnam Air War and 2040 American Exodus, a warning about America's future.