The Tiger Among Us



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By Chris Warner, with D.M. Waghelstein, dual special forces operator. In the spring of 1990 a terrorist cell of Muslim computer science students exacts a brute force hack into the computer system of the Counter-Anti-Terrorism-Assistance-Program (CATAP) at Louisiana State University. Two traveling Israeli Mossad agents teaching counter-terrorism at the LSU instructional program are murdered in Athens, Greece outside their hotel. It is perceived as an international terrorist incident. Dr. Bobby Lee Broussard of the National Security Agency (NSA) discovers a terrorist cell at LSU trying to undermine the government’s efforts to combat terrorism. The United States civilian masters order a lone Marine Corps operative to LSU to locate, exploit and eliminate the terrorist threat in the name of national security…Michael Stein is an exemplary 28-year old Recon Marine. Nearing ten years of service, he is ready to retire from the military and pursue a degree and a family. However, Michael is offered a mission that alters all plans… Louisiana, his area of operation, is unlike any he’s encountered, containing a host of pitfalls and distractions…Stein survives these worldly impediments to fulfill his deadly mission in a thrilling, unforgettable climax.

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Chris Warner

A native of New Iberia, Louisiana (1970), Chris Warner is a double graduate of LSU in Baton Rouge and of the University of New Orleans, where he earned a doctorate in 2002. He is the author of over twenty titles, including "A Tailgater's Guide to SEC Football Volume IV," which landed him on the History Channel documentary, "Tailgating" with Tom Arnold in 2004. He is the co-author of "The Wagon to Disaster" with Aaron Beam, former HealthSouth CFO. The title was featured on CNBC's American Greed in 2009. He is also the author of "Bushwhacked at the Flora-Bama" with Joe Gilchrist, and a related novel, "Saved at the Alabama-Florida Line." He lives with his family in L.A. (Lower Alabama). Chris is also a noted speaker, offering the favored keynote address, “The History of College Football in the South, the History of the SEC and the History of Tailgating” to various SEC alumni groups, Rotary, Kiwanis and football fan clubs.

D.M. Waghelstein

D.M. Waghelstein is a rare dual special forces operator. A Force Recon Marine and an Air Force Pararescue Specialist, he has worked as a contractor for the U.S. Government and elite private security firms like Blackwater, and others. He lives in New Orleans, Louisiana.