Enemies Foreign and Domestic
A book review

What sort of spark would it take to ignite a second American Revolution, and what form might that Revolution take? These are the questions author Matthew Bracken has asked and answered in his new novel, Enemies Foreign and Domestic.

The story opens with a riveting account of the "Stadium Massacre," the root from which the plot grows. Firing from more than half a mile away, a sniper looses round after round into a packed football stadium. The shooter, an unbalanced Desert Storm veteran....

[ ... ]

The full version of this article, complete with any images and the ability
to post comments and submit feedback, is a subscriber-only feature.

Copyright © 2003 by Doing Freedom! magazine. All rights reserved.