From the Author
I was inspired to write Cooper's Revenge in order to draw attention to the terrible toll that IED's have exacted on our men and women in the military as well as to highlight Iran's complicity in this tragedy through its training of proxies -- the Taliban and Al Qaeda -- to further their objectives.
The Iranian Revolutionary Guard's super secret foreign arm, the Qods Force, wages its battles against the U.S. and our allies at the direction of the Iranian leadership, the ayatollahs. They are largely held unaccountable for their actions because international attention is focused on Iran's nuclear ambitions. Indeed, Iran's pursuit of a nuclear weapon poses the graver threat to our national security and deserves our greatest attention.
Yet, when Iran maims and kills our soldiers, directly or indirectly through its proxies and with IED's that they have provided for this purpose, they should be held accountable. Although a work of fiction, highlighting their role in this area is a small step in that direction.
About the Author
T.L. Williams has written a compelling novel based on his experience working with the CIA around the world. He has been writing for the past two years, using an intelligence framework to reflect the deep respect he has for U.S. military personnel. During his thirty-year career, Mr. Williams has appreciated both the mission and contribution of the CIA.The next book in this series, Unit 400, is due out in late 2013. He lives in Florida with his wife, Carol, and has both a BA and MA in teaching.