A former American pastor accused of a hate crime; an isolation cell in a foreign country; A driven Department of Justice assistant director; a brilliant Italian countess; The mysterious deaths of two Supreme Court justices and one DOJ attorney; A dedicated NTSB investigator; an out-of-the box FBI agent; An aloof international court; an overworked Christian defense team; And an uncertain, potentially frightening future.Dr. Pat Preston sits isolated in an international prison located in The Hague, Netherlands, waiting a trial he has no hope of winning. Separated from his wife and two young children, and abused by sadistic guards, Pat struggles to keep his faith alive, waffling between courageous determination and utter despair.Countess Isabella San Philippa, an expert in the world's international courts, works closely with leaders of the Alliance, an American Christian defense team, to assist in Pat's defense before the International Court of Justice, a body clearly unsympathetic to the Christian faith.And someone is willing to kill to make sure she fails.In this sequel to Alan Sear's novel, "In Justice," we get a chilling glimpse of what tomorrow may look like in America, and across the globe, if religious freedom is not vigorously defended.Alan Sears is the President, CEO and General Counsel for the Alliance Defense Fund (ADF), a global legal alliance defending religious freedom. He has served in private law practice and in numerous positions within the United States Government, including the Department of Justice as an Assistant U.S. Attorney and Chief of the Criminal Section, as Director of the Attorney General's Commission on Pornography; and as Associate Solicitor in the Department of the Interior. Alan has authored several books, including the non-fiction expose "The ACLU vs. America" and his first work of fiction, "In Justice."