Can war be a means to peace? Is there such thing as a war to end all wars? Fletcher Nimer, the unyielding and unconventional president of the United States, has hatched the idea to drop a small-yield atomic bomb on a randomly chosen foreign city. He is certain that the modern advanced media coverage will allow the world to experience the horror of American military power fully unleashed, and he is equally certain that the lessons learned will end all wars.
In A Gathering of Doves, author Gerard Brooker takes the reader on a political thrill ride with global consequences. As the president is manipulating his civilian and military advisors in order to execute the atom bomb drop, and America is being subject to acts of new and unique terrorism, the world is heating up with the friction caused by atomic 'wanna be' nations incurring the wrath of the U.S.
As we are introduced to an assortment of intriguing and innocent characters in the four possible target cities, it all comes to a boil, and the unpredictable outcome of A Gathering of Doves is more suspenseful and diabolical than any nightmare.