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From far-away Pakistan the long arm of Islamist terrorism reaches into the heart of the Pacific Northwest. Islamic State operatives are using the northward-moving caravans of Latin American asylum-seekers as cover for their nefarious schemes: to sever Interstate 90 by destroying the Lake Washington floating bridge and render inoperable Seattle’s newly completed SR 99 tunnel. In a remarkable display of intragovernmental cooperation, the FBI and CIA manage to thwart the plotters’ schemes; but they nearly fail to do so.

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