Against All Enemies: three pulp novels

Titles of books and cds aren’t copyrightable. That’s why

the recent tell-all by the former counter-terrorism chief Richard Clarke, shares its name with three recently published pulp novels — one about a group of McVeigh-style Idaho militiamen; one about Sudanese terrorists in possession of the Ebola virus; and a third about unilateral war with a rogue South American regime.

(Via TMN.)


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