Make America Beautiful Again
Suspected terrorists attack with a pre-dawn bomb spree, baffling law enforcement as the only targets are towering billboards lining the interstates. The laundry list of culprits include eco-terrorists, a notorious drug cartel, and disgruntled outdoor advertising employees. With Georgians on edge, politicians quickly focus on their top priority-how to manipulate the situation to their advantage.
Caught in the crosshairs of the mayhem are the three, adult Worthington siblings. Not only was their outdoor advertising business attacked, the youngest brother, a retired Army demolitions expert, has suspiciously disappeared. Fighting to save him, and each other, the family enlists his devoted Army buddy to track him down. The web she ultimately uncovers is far more nefarious than terrorists.
New to the state, Seamus O'Reilly of the Georgia Bureau of Investigation is shoved out of his research-desk comfort zone and thrust into the realities of high-profile field work, where his inexperience and instincts are greatly tested. His suspicions of the Worthington family are tempered by his disbelieving superiors and a genuine affection for the family.
As politicians scheme, investigators struggle, and fringe groups plot, the Worthington's take matters into their own hands.