Bill Fulton’s debut novel, Blood of Patriots, published in September 2017 with NYT best-selling author and co-writer Jeanne Devon’s chronicles his true-life story of going undercover to help the FBI take down the anti-government militia – rated the number one threat to U.S. law enforcement. Bill was stationed in Alaska with the Army Infantry and when his knees gave out, he remained with his family and opened the Drop Zone, a Military surplus store in Anchorage. The Drop Zone attracted Veterans, hippies, PTSD sufferers and even fundamentalists seeking to escape or find themselves in the Alaskan wilderness. Bill was enjoying his post-Army relaxed life until he crossed paths with Schaeffer Cox, a private militia commander amassing an arsenal and plotting to kill judges and law enforcement officers. Bill would face the most unexpected fork in the road that would change his life when the FBI asked him to go undercover to help take down Cox and his militia.