A call from the Federal Reserve Chairman at three in the morning, and Scott Fleming, head of the FBI Tracker Unit, finds himself thrown into a conspiracy to kill the Chairman. The US is preparing to switch to a gold-based dollar, which has upset some powerful bankers around the world, but killing the Chairman would not stop the changeover. Was the threat against the Chairman a distraction? Scott assigns a very special agent to probe into the pending gold-based currency launch and uncover who would want to eliminate the Chairman, and why. An Interpol plant in the Federal Reserve provides Scott damming evidence against a prominent Senator and senior department personnel who are plotting to profit from the gold-based currency launch and cripple the international financial system. A computer program activates the gold-based currency system, and Scott’s team must find a way to avert global financial disaster.
From the first page, Operation Navajo thrusts readers into a tangled world of high-powered politics and global finance, and the workings of a special FBI team determined to overcome all obstacles in solving the case. Anita Dickason spins an intricate tale with exquisite writing that compels the reader to keep turning the pages to find out what happens next. The plan to disrupt the global financial system is absurdly simple, but the plotters did not count on having to tangle with Scott’s team. Anita Dickason gradually lifts tension, leaving the reader wondering whether the FBI can in fact stop the plotters in time. Operation Navajo is very much plot driven, with little characterization, but the density of writing and plot intricacy carries the book superbly, leaving the reader totally satisfied. A first-rate effort by Anita Dickason.
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About Anita Dickason
In an interview, Anita was asked how much of her was in her books. The answer was “OMG–a whole lot.” Incidents and characters are based on her extensive law enforcement knowledge and experience, starting with the serial killer in the debut Tracker novel: Sentinels of the Night. And with twenty-seven years of police experience, she has an unending source for her books.
Anita is a retired Dallas Police Department police officer. She served as a patrol officer, undercover narcotics officer, advanced accident investigator, tactical officer and the first female sniper on the Dallas Swat Team.
Her fictional novels are suspense/thrillers. Characters with unexpected skills, that extra edge for overcoming danger and adversity, have always intrigued her. In the Tracker novels, she sets up a team of elite FBI agents. Each has an unusual ability. Her infatuation with ancient myths and legends of Native American Indians and Scottish and Irish folklore adds a touch of paranormal for the backdrop of her characters.
Her first book, JFK Assassination Eyewitness: Rush to Conspiracy, is non-fiction. The book details her reconstruction of a 1966 vehicle accident near Midlothian, Texas that killed a key witness to the Kennedy assassination.
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