All Enemies Foreign And DomesticThe NSA's most lethal weapon is back. Code-named Devlin, he operates in the darkest recesses of the US government. When international cyber-terrorists allow a deadly and cunning band of radical insurgents to breach the highest levels of national security, Devlin must take down an enemy bent on destroying America--an enemy more violent and ruthless than the world has ever known."e;Michael Walsh is the new master of the political thriller. With the sophistication of Forsyth, the intrigue of le Carre, and the intensity of Ludlum, Early Warning is an incredible thriller. This book should be stamped Satisfaction Guaranteed! "e; -- Brad Thor, #1 New York Times bestselling author of Foreign Influence Raves for Hostile Intent"e;Early Warning is a great, great, great political thriller. You'll love Walsh's books. . .Vince Flynn caliber."e;Rush Limbaugh"e;Compelling, fast, dangerous"e;Robert Ferrigno"e;The Vince Flynn for the 21st century."e;John Fasano, Darkness Falls"e;Hostile Intent kept me up most of the night. Hold on, is all I can tell you."e;Jay Nordlinger, National Review"e;Walsh knows what he's up to."e;USA Today"e;Hold on to your heartbeat. . .explodes from start to finish."e;Andrew C. McCarthy, former Assistant United States Attorney and author of Willful Blindness"e;Hostile Intent is audacious in the extreme, and a lot of fun."e;FrontPagemag.com"e;Michael Walsh writes hot blazing prose, compelling, fast, honest and dangerous. More than just a master of style, he writes about the most important subject in the world: terrorism, what it is and what it takes to defeat it. You need to read this book."e;Robert Ferrigno, author of Prayers for the Assassin "e;Sic pages into Hostile Intent and I began to feel uneast. By page nine I'd been punched in the gut. And it just doesn't stop."e;Bill Whittle, author of Silent AmericaMichael Walsh is an amazing gentleman and a wordsmith in several disciplines who has achieved critical and commercial acclaim for everything from music criticism to successful screenplays to novels. The latter, which Walsh writes all too infrequently, are memorable and unusual, each a bit different from the other. His latest novel, Hostile Intent, is in a class all by itself: a full-throttle, energy-packed thriller that slices across espionage and politics with enough explosions, fisticuffs and firepower to fill five books with a bit left over for the next.