Yep, count me in. I’m a fan of stories like this where realistic characters are dealing with realistic life situations while also wrestling with how to remain true to their Christian convictions while they live and work in a sometimes-unsavoury world.
In this story, Titus Ray is a CIA operative. Out in the field, this time facing a threat he never imagined. He is tasked with capturing a Hezbollah assassin, Ahmed Al-Amin, before it’s too late.
But that’s not all.
He also has to confront a new operative… a hot-tempered fellow with almost no experience in the field. Titus has a choice to make. Ignore him or take him under his wing?
But that’s not all either.
In the middle of an active operation, Titus is called back to the States to deal with failures from his past and make decisions about his future with Detective Nikki Saxon.
In an effort to stop the Hezbollah assassin from murdering a high-profile government official, Titus travels to Caracas, Venezuela, where he learns the assassin is just one piece of a complicated international plot to deliver chemical weapons to some of America’s worst enemies.
Sounds like a tasty plot? Sure is. And it’s 100% clean.
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