Operation Stormfront: From Weatherman to Wall Street is a blending of fact and fiction.
Eve Black is an undercover FBI special agent, but she's not a very good one. She often breaks cover, loses her temper, and kills a few too many people. She has an opportunity to go undercover as a terrorism researcher/author to infiltrate American terrorist cells, weapons dealers, and to use her position in the FBI to take revenge on a few people, but her inability to stay undercover causes more roadblocks than she can handle alone.
It's not really her fault; in order to succeed, she must become friendly, flirty, and fun, all while wanting to pull out her gun and shoot them. An ex-lover called her a broken, cold-hearted sociopath, and while there may be a bit of truth to that statement, Eve's only real fault is that she cares too much and is not afraid to take action.
Join Eve as she plots, plans, and manipulates others to do her bidding. Not with a smile on her face, but with a Glock and an imagination. She teams up with her new friends, a beautiful Israeli weapons trainer and a seedy little arms dealer, to execute a few unsanctioned side jobs. Eve is not a hero or villain, she is an ordinary human, dealing with everyday problems, and prefers to hide in the shadows, so maybe she is a bit too emotional at times, but aren't we all?