To most observers, Senator Will Sullivan and his spouse Gwen seem to have it all. However, both still have life goals to accomplish. Will wants to become the president, while Gwen wants to become a mother. Will has stepped closer to attaining his ambition. Gwen has failed, not appearing to get any closer to her desire.
Wesley Dean Theroux resides in prison where he runs his disciples via a computer. Wesley believes he is the messiah. His crew arrange for his semen to be artificially planted inside Gwen. The disciples kidnap Gwen and Wes' plan to impregnate her goes off without a hitch. Unable to obtain any help in rescuing his spouse from his so-called political friends, Will mounts his own rescue mission though it will cost him a vice presidential nomination and perhaps his life.
To be a TRUE BELIEVERS in this plot, readers will have to suspend all logic. First, one must accept the premise of a senator turning into a vigilante lone ranger. Second, one must ignore a death row inmate using a personal computer that has unlimited access. After those leaps and a few minor hops, the audience will enjoy an exciting thriller that will remind readers of The Omen (part 1). Doug Richardson provides a tension-packed thriller that fans who take pleasure in non-stop action will enjoy, but first they must learn to do the triple jump.