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Author’s Novel Reveals How Not To Fight Terrorism

“Paladine,” the story of a vigilante who kills heads of terrorist sleeper cells in America, releases September 18, 2016

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Ever since the terrorist attacks of September 11, 2001, many have speculated on how best to fight the War on Terror.  “Paladine” is the story of an ex-Special Forces assassin who becomes a cult hero through social media by killing domestic terrorists.

“When I began this novel, it was supposed to be my attempt to write a ‘normal’ assassination thriller.  However, when I got into the research I was shocked.  I knew there had to be radicalized jihadists living in the United States because the FBI has arrested many of them in sting operations.[1] [2] However, I discovered evidence, readily available from Internet sources, that Sheik Mubarak Ali Jilani, a sheik from Pakistan, a suspected terrorist the U.S. government alleges is the founder of the terrorist organization, Jamaat ul-Fuqra[3], is also the founder of  Muslims of America, Inc. (MOA).[4] which has been accused of establishing jihad training compounds in the States which are classified by law enforcement as “classically structured terrorist cells,” said Author Kenneth Eade.

”I expected a growing threat from the so-called ‘lone-wolf’ attacks, such as we have seen in Nice on July 14, 2016 and other parts of Europe; but suprised just how many jihadists recruiters for the Islamic State, Al-Qaeda, Hamas and Nusra use social media to connect with potential jihadists for financing and soldiering right here in the United States.[5] What is alarming is that most of the recruits are young people; many of them teenagers.[6] The turbulent teenage years are known for philosophical reflectiveness on the meaning of life (or lack thereof). Despair and even suicide is a common solution that some young people resort to instead of facing their problems. ISIS has tapped into these feelings of Muslim youths, some of whom have bought in to their propaganda and go on to serve the Islamic State by fighting in Syria, or answering the call to kill infidels in their own backyard. Suddenly, suicide becomes a more complicated problem, with often more than one victim,” Eade added.

“Paladine” comes to bookstores September 18, 2016, and can be pre-ordered on Amazon at:

About the author

Described by critics as ”one of our strongest thriller writers on the scene,“ author Kenneth Eade, best known for his legal and political thrillers, practiced law for 30 years before publishing his first novel, “An Involuntary Spy.” Eade, an up-and-coming author in the legal thriller and courtroom drama genre, has been described by critics as “One of our strongest thriller writers on the scene and the fact that he draws his stories from the contemporary philosophical landscape is very much to his credit.” He is the author of the “Brent Marks Legal Thriller Series,” the fifth installment of which “,” won best legal thriller in the 2015 Beverly Hills Book Awards, and the “Involuntary Spy Espionage Series.”

Said Eade of the comparisons: “Readers compare me in style to John Grisham and, there are some similarities, because John also likes to craft a story around real topics and we are both lawyers. However, all of my novels are rooted in reality, not fantasy. I use fictional characters and situations to express factual and conceptual issues. Some use the term ’faction’ to describe this style, and it is present in all my fictional works.”

Eade has written thirteen novels, which are now in the process of being translated into six languages. He is known to keep in touch with his readers, and offers a free Kindle book to all those who sign up at his web site,

[1] Bardin, Jeff, What it’s like to be recruited by ISIS online, May 22, 2015, Business Insider
[2] Geiger, Gloria, This is How ISIS Uses Social Media to Recruit American Teens, November 20, 2015, Teen Vogue
[3] Pfeiffer, Alex, 31 Suspected ISIS Terrorists Have Been Arrested in the U.S. In the Past Year, The Daily Caller, August 6, 2016
[4] Goldman, Adam, The Islamic State’s suspected inroads into America, The Washington Post, August 8, 2016
[5] Bocuher, Richard, Daily Press Briefing, United States Dept. of State, March 27, 2002
[6] Mauro, Ryan, Muslims of the Americas (MOA), The Clarion Project, February 12, 2013

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