I didn't think there was any way Weapon of Mass Destruction could be topped, but it happened with Jihadi Apprentice. FBI Agent Liz Soroush story is one that seems to good but still believable, however the rest of the book could be pulled straight from the nightly news today. In a surprising turn this book uses mostly female characters on both sides, FBI agent Liz Soroush, chosen to find and stop the terror cells before they could do anything by making friends in the Muslim neighborhoods. Also the sect that builds in Minneapolis by Aya a Muslim teen and the friends she finds for the Somali singer, Imaan who turns the girls into a terror cell. If you are a fan of Clancy or of that kind of military/political thriller this is the action packed, non stop, page turning book for you.