Framing the Dialogue

Foreign and Domestic

Mahegan internalized this information. This was the only device that could have guided an electronic trigger signal past the jammers in Colgate’s vehicle. And it had come from the U.S. of A. The raging storm that had been building inside him for two months, ever since he had lost his first soldier in combat, finally unleashed.  Mahegan howled with a primal ferocity that roared through the distant canyons, the valleys echoing with his anguish. Then he turned toward the Copperhead, Inc. private military contractors and stared at them, wondering why they were on the mission at all.”

In Foreign and Domestic, we meet Captain Jake Mahegan who was a Delta Force leader where, on his last mission, something went terribly wrong.  He not only lost friends, but a terrorist was killed while in custody.  He was dismissed from the military and was still haunted by the tragedy.  He gets the chance to redeem himself and take revenge on those who were responsible for his friends’ death…though this time on U.S. soil.

This was a decent read and had quite a bit of action.  It’s my first novel by A.J. Tatta and I enjoyed it.

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