". . . Strike Terror is a continuing crescendo to the last word on the last page of the book." -- ActionTales.com, January 1, 2004
McElwain's writing style is...short and to the point, action-packed sentences...A thriller that is hard to put down. -- TCM Reviews, Kevin Aguanno
From the Publisher
About the book: The Peoples Freedom Front, a domestic terrorist group, publicly supports rebels in Latin America. When Nick Broshard and Kate Vanshelt learn of other objectives, they are marked for death. In a desperate struggle to survive, they seek to thwart the group's plans. What they ultimately discover will make headlines worldwide--provided Nick and Kate live long enough to share their findings with those who can act upon them appropriately.
About the author: McElwain seeks to move his stories quickly. But to call Strike Terror fast-paced, may be an understatement. Yet his larger-than-life characters are deftly drawn. And his descriptive narratives of settings demonstrate his knowledge of Los Angeles, and his love affair with this city.