Americans love their idols. Mark Twain said, "It is better to deserve honors and not have them than to have them and not deserve them." This book was inspired by and written for the quiet heroes who have earned my esteem.
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Although he completed the mission, Nate Dunlevy didn't walk away unscathed. The face of a young suicide bomber haunts him as he returns to South Carolina. While coping with post-traumatic stress disorder, he meets Eve O'Connor, a woman who becomes a much needed distraction. Nate discovers her troubled past with Wade Simmons, an abusive man who is affiliated with a group of white male supremacists. Their bigotry reminds Nate of the Middle Eastern zealots who brainwash people to strap on bombs and destroy innocent lives.
When Eve is viciously assaulted, Nate goes behind bars to incriminate her attacker and spare her a devastating trial. He also gathers information for the FBI, exposing the crimes committed by the hate group. His actions fuel the fury of a self-proclaimed colonel. After a harrowing night, Nate suspects a bigger conspiracy, one involving the FBI. He and those closest to him are forced to run.
Flashback was originally published in 2007 as Flashback: A Low Country Novel. In 2009, the book was rewritten to correct errors, improve structure, and polish the dialog. Althought the plot is the same, minor elements of the storyline have changed.