A non-stop modern-day thriller in the genre of Tom Clancy. A terrorist plot takes against a US president's family with Nantucket as the backdrop.
Andrew Russell, the 46th president of the United States, his wife and two young children have brought back a Kennedy-era feeling of Camelot to the White House.
President Russell, an ex-Navy fighter pilot, and his family are spending another vacation on the beautiful island of Nantucket. The US Navy has deployed the USS Theodore Roosevelt carrier strike group along with America’s most advanced attack submarine, the USS Jimmy Carter with SEAL Team Two embarked, to the waters off Nantucket for pre-deployment workups that coincide with the president’s vacation.
After three years of planning, the Islamic Front has embedded terrorist cells on the island in preparation for the arrival of President Russell and his family.
Meanwhile, the US & NATO are becoming increasingly alarmed over China’s military build-up of the Spratly Islands in the South China Sea. The stage is set for a faceoff between these superpowers.
The people of Nantucket, descendants of hardy New England stock, along with the combined military and intelligence assets of the US Government are about to be challenged by the events unleashed on the tiny picturesque island.
Nantucket serves as the backdrop for this larger-than-life techno-thriller.
The book will be available on March 17, 2017 — reserve your copy today.
Thad Dupper is a technology executive and has held senior positions at leading technology companies, most recently as Chairman & CEO of Evolving Systems (NASDAQ:EVOL). In addition, Mr. Dupper, a life-long advocate of the US Navy, is a member of the Tailhook Association having made four carrier arrested landings on the USS John C. Stennis, USS Abraham Lincoln and USS Carl Vinson (2).
Born and raised in Brooklyn, N.Y., he is a product of Catholic education having attended Xaverian High School and Manhattan College where he received a Bachelor of Science degree in Computer Information Systems.
Mr. Dupper and his wife along with their two children reside in Castle Pines, Colorado, and vacation frequently on the island of Nantucket.
I have heard AC/DC on almost every US Navy aircraft carrier I have been on.
Most memorable was a FOD walkdown on the USS Abraham Lincoln (CVN-72) with Thunderstruck playing -- being at sea, on a mighty US aircraft carrier with AC/DC playing while we are getting ready to spin up F/A-18 for launch -- it just doesn't get much better than that...
Attack on Nantucket
While at sea, ships play music over their loudspeakers for many reasons—to motivate their crews, to announce various activities, and to improve morale. And the music of choice, by far, on US Navy ships is AC/DC.