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Terror Cell (Danforth Saga Book 2) chapter 1 Terror Cell (Danforth Saga Book 2) , meaning Terror Cell (Danforth Saga Book 2) , genre Terror Cell (Danforth Saga Book 2) , book cover Terror Cell (Danforth Saga Book 2) , flies Terror Cell (Danforth Saga Book 2) , Terror Cell (Danforth Saga Book 2) c1285bf1b350f Terror Cell Is The Second Book In The Book Danforth Saga, Which Includes Evil Deeds Book , The Nostradamus Secret Book , The Lone Wolf Agenda Book , Death Ship Book Terror Cell Pits Bob Danforth, A CIA Special Ops Officer, Against Greek Spring, A Vicious Terrorist Group That Has Operated In Athens, Greece For Three Decades Danforth S Mission In The Summer Of Is To Identify One Or Of The Members Of The Terrorists In Order To Bring Them To Justice For The Assassination Of The CIA S Station Chief In Athens What Danforth Does Not Know Is That Greek Spring Plans A Catastrophic Attack Against The Summer Olympic GamesDanforth And His CIA Team Are Hampered By Years Of Congressionally Mandated Rules That Have Weakened US Intelligence Gathering Capabilities, And By Indifference And Obstructionism On The Part Of Greek Authorities His Mission Becomes Even Difficult When He Is Targeted For Assassination After An Informant In The Greek Government Tells The Terrorists Of Danforth S Presence In GreeceIn Terror Cell, Badal Weaves A Tale Of International Intrigue, Involving Players From The CIA, The Greek Government, And Terrorists In Greece, Libya, And Iran All Within A Historical Context Anyone Who Keeps Up With Current Events About Terrorist Activities And Security Issues At The Athens Olympic Games Will Find The Premise Of This Book Gripping, Terrifying, And, Most Of All, Plausible This Is A New Release Of A Previously Published Edition


10 thoughts on “Terror Cell (Danforth Saga Book 2)

  1. says:

    What I really love about Joseph Badal s books is that they could come right off the pages of today s newspapers, and it is uncanny how he writes almost prophetically about international terrorist events Terror Cell takes place during the Athens Olympic Games in 2004 and had me on edge throughout the book Unlike most thriller writers, Badal includes a strong female character to complement his male protagonist in this case Liz Danforth.I am excited to learn that Evil Deeds, the first in the Bob Liz Danforth series, is about to be released I will now get to know Bob and Liz as a young couple.


  2. says:

    Terror Cell is the second outing in the Bob Danforth series, and it is a dandy Bob is back in Greece for the CIA where he is faced with multiple terrorist threats and geopolitical intrigue on a grand scale His career and his life are on the line along with the lives of his wife and now grown Army officer son The action is non stop and the body count is high The only thing a thriller lover can ask for is excellent writing, and author Joseph Badal delivers in it spades Highly recommended.


  3. says:

    This author writes interesting activitiesI thought this book was realistic than the first book The editing seamed tighter and there were far fewer unbelievable coincidences.


  4. says:

    Good fast paced terrorist plot A bit contrived, but high adventure and good characters made for a fun read.


  5. says:

    This suspense thriller is set in Athens Greece just before the start of the 2004 Olympics A Greek terrorist organization plans to overthrow government and return Greece to the status quo of 30 years ago When British and American diplomats are assassinated, CIA veteran Bob Danforth is sent to Athens to find and stop the terrorists The Greek government is apparently powerless to stop the terrorism, likely due to infiltration The Greek terror cell has contacts with terrorist organizations around the world, and as the Olympics approach, they put many plans into action The story has many subplots, and it takes than half the book to provide the necessary background, which makes it fairly easy to put down Once the action is underway, the book s structure and pacing mimics a Tom Clancy thriller.


  6. says:

    Exciting and intriguingNormally I don t read military stories However Mr Basal has a great way of telling them that you have to love the characters and become quite involved in their lives Once again there were many twists and turns in the number two volume of The Danforth Saga wonderful ending Just desserts for some real maggots.


  7. says:

    Excitement by the page I just finished reading the second book in the Danforth Saga TERROR CELL It was just as exciting as the first book was The author has the ability to make the characters very believable and human I would buy any book he writes, without a doubt I have already purchased book 3 in the series, and canntwa


  8. says:

    Great 2nd bookI m a big fan of books that continue in a series This one doesn t disappoint The characters continue to develop and grow The book has just the right amount of intrigue and suspense to keep me reading day and night


  9. says:

    I enjoyed it, but found theCharacters and the plot a bit confusing Cut down to the basics it s simple enough a planned terrorist attack on the Greek Olympics must be stopped I enjoyed the first Danforth novel a bit , and will still move on to number three.


  10. says:

    What a great book,full of intrigue,full of suspension,rarely I found myself on the edge of my seat,this book diGreat suspension full of intrigue,recommended is a most to read,rarely I found myself at the edge of my seat remind a book,this one did it.


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