Fourth and Dead

Fourth and Dead


The Cat has landed.

Terrorist Ali Armeni is back . . . Ali, better known as The Cat, is ready to take on Seattle with a new breed of sinister, hoping to thwart the development of US war drones.  This is his “third life” as the cat . . . will he make it to number four?

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Bombs exploding across Seattle. A deadly sniper loose in the National Forest. Evil has oozed its way into the quiet communities of the Northwest . . . and the impact to the rest of the United States is far reaching.

Tony Baccaliere appears to be a quiet custodian at Boeing Aviation, but he is really Ali “The Cat” Armeni, a soldier for the United Pakistan Army Commando (UPAC). Six months ago, he terrorized the Northeast and its public school system with his second life as The Cat. Ali’s third life is now dedicated to stopping the Unites States’ drone war machine.

William Russell is a reticent, bright, and Seattle sports-loving machinist, who also works for Boeing Aviation. When he and his friends have a close encounter with The Cat, they agree to lend a hand to the FBI as well as to a prior target of The Cat’s wickedness, Scott Belgrade—basketball coach, teacher, father, husband, and now consultant to the FBI.

Will the good guys react in time to save Seattle? Will Ali “The Cat” land on his feet and survive?

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Jeffrey Belanger




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Jeffrey Belanger has been a teacher since 1997 and was the Teacher of the Year for his school in 2010. His classes are known for their creativity and energy. This creativity and energy carries over naturally in his first novel Code Blood Red.

He has been athletic director since 2007 and recently earned his CAA as a nationally certified athletic director. As an athletic director, he consistently needs to use all his wits to solve problems thinking outside the box. This outside-the-box thinking comes to life with his book’s main characters, Ali “the Cat” Armeni and Scott Belgrade.

He has been coaching basketball since 1994 and is known in Connecticut for his innovative “fun ‘n’ gun” style of play. The high-scoring, high-risk, and high-reward style of play is exactly what you get from start to finish in Code Blood Red.

You can follow Jeff on twitter @coachbelanger and on his blog at