When hate is stirred up as it is in today’s America, what could be more timely than a thriller about anti-Semitism? Although the novel is set in the 1970s, the events could happen here today–or tomorrow. “Enemy in the Garden” follows an ordinary suburban family, the Millers, as they cope with the kidnapping of the father by a band of anti-Semitic, anti-governmental fascists known as the American Clan. With the help of a private detective, the mother, Nora, follows a twisted trail of false leads to find and rescue her husband. The action moves at lightning speed across a landscape from Long Island to upstate New York where the Clan practices its secret warfare. As one reader said: “I read it in one day because I couldn’t go to bed until I knew how it turned out…The characters are very believable, almost alive, and you start rooting for the good guys and worrying about them.”
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An early writing prodigy, Harriet Pike landed a coveted reporting job right out of college. Working for “Newsday,” she covered the important, interesting and just everyday people on Long Island, much like the ones in her novel. She subsequently worked for other publications as a reporter and managing editor. Her portfolio includes travel and humor articles for the “New York Times” and “Daily News.” In a career shift, she worked for four years as communications director for a key New York State legislator and later for a New York State politician. Her first published novel, “Enemy in the Garden,” is a fast-moving thriller filled with suspense and intrigue centered on an anti-government, anti-Semitic plot.