Here's the backcover blurb:
When Abraham Khan releases an e-book condemning radical Islam, the consequences hit him fast and hard — an armed fanatic smashes into his home one evening, trying to kill him. He survives the harrowing attempt. Just barely. But will he survive the next one?
Maya Raines is the security operator brought in to protect Abraham. She is tough and committed. The very best at what she does. Always one step ahead of the threat.
But Abraham is no ordinary principal — he will not hide, and he will not stay silent. And as rage explodes on the streets and the nation is propelled to the brink, Maya will have to ask herself the hardest question of all: how far would you go to protect one man’s right to speak?
You can visit Ling's website here, and read more about his debut novel, including an extract, here.
You can also read about the inspiration for the book, and the character of Abraham Khan (fyi, it's not Salman Rushdie, as some may think) at Ling's own blog here.