Islamist Terrorists Lit the Fuse… But a Treacherous President Planted the Bomb

June 8th, 2016 | Posted in News

Sixteen-time New York Times bestselling author Stephen Coonts releases his newest political thriller with drama ripped from today’s news headlines


“Coonts knows how to write and build suspense…

this is the mark of a natural storyteller.” –New York Times Book Review


WASHINGTON, D.C.—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 New York Times bestselling author Stephen Coonts’s Liberty’s Last Stand. In response, Texas secedes—and what follows is the bloodiest, most harrowing internal insurrection since the Civil War. 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?


While Liberty’s Last Stand is fiction, these are the questions Americans are faced with now. The upcoming election exposes the truth that we as a nation cannot afford another eight years under a tyrannical president—especially one who defies the constitutional rights on which this country was founded. Coonts provides a very real look into America’s future if we do not put an end to big government’s reign of terror.


Coonts’s popular heroes Jake Grafton and Tommy Carmellini are back, and this time their mission is unlike any they’ve had before—they must save the country from its own president.


Liberty’s Last Stand confronts and combats the issues of:

  • Illegal immigration and the weakness of our southern border
  • Race riots and the perpetual oppression of the lower class
  • The Left wanting to steal our guns and abolish the Second Amendment
  • Islamic extremists—and Syrian refugees bringing the fight to our doorstep
  • Leftist media bias and the silencing of the Right


The Left is already speaking out against Coonts’s controversial opus, calling it “a middle finger in the face of most Americans”—but it’s really a middle finger to those who oppose liberty.


To schedule an interview with Stephen Coonts, please contact Caitlyn Reuss at or (202) 677-4436.