Cover Reveal: Stephen Coonts’ ‘Liberty’s Last Stand’

Back in February bestselling author Stephen Coonts released the sixth novel in his Tommy Carmellini series, The Art of War. His next book, Liberty’s Last Stand, comes out on June 13, and is the eleventh title in his  Jake Grafton franchise. Today, we got our first look at the cover art–scroll down to check it out!

 

Liberty's Last Stand Stephen Coonts

Here’s the plot information for Liberty’s Last Stand, taken from Coonts’ website:

Islamic terrorists lit the fuse…
    …but a treacherous president planted the bomb.

And that’s only the beginning, in the most daring and exciting thriller ever from the pen of sixteen-time New York Times bestselling author Stephen Coonts.

With the nation in shock over the latest Islamist outrage, the president imposes martial law, cancels the imminent presidential election, and suspends the Constitution.   In response, Texas secedes—and what follows is the bloodiest, most harrowing internal insurrection since the Civil War.

In the center of the action are former CIA director Jake Grafton and former CIA operative Tommy Carmellini with a mission unlike any they’ve had before: save the country from its own president.

With the country in flames, riots in the cities, and America’s armed forces pitted against each other, the American people are confronted with the ultimate political question: Who are we, what do we stand for, and what are we prepared to do about it?

Violent and shocking, pulse-racing in its intensity, with drama ripped from today’s headlines, Liberty’s Last Stand is a thriller like no other.

Liberty’s Last Stand by Stephen Coonts will be published June 13, 2016 by Regnery Publishing.  The novel is available for pre-order now from Amazon, Barnes & Noble, and everywhere books are sold.

For what it’s worth, I think Coont’s Grafton series is the stronger of the two characters getting new titles this year–and I’m really looking forward to it! Pre-order Liberty’s Last Stand by clicking here

One comment

  1. Can’t wait to read this – but I’m afraid it’s going to be all too real. Coonts is a great writer and I’m sure he’ll make this come to life all too realistically!

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