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Publisher's Summary

A CIA contractor goes missing in Iraq. Five years later, he turns up in Yemen. Now, it’s up to Titus to find out if he’s a traitor or a patriot.   

After Titus accepts the assignment to bring Jacob Levin, a rogue CIA contractor, back to the States, he learns the operation has been put on hold pending presidential approval. That’s fine with him. He’s looking forward to spending time in Oklahoma with his fiancée, Nikki Saxon.   

But then, his boss needs a favor. After that, everything changes.  

It begins in Springfield, Missouri, where he interviews a former CIA employee about the missing Jacob Levin. It continues in Detroit, Michigan, where he and Nikki spend Thanksgiving with his relatives. It leads to Riyadh, Saudi Arabia, where he encounters a killer. It ends in Somahi, Yemen, where he finally discovers the truth.  

Along the way, he’s forced to deal with issues about his personal life, confront questions about his past, and make decisions about his future. 

Can he trust God for the answers? Will Nikki agree with his decision? How will he handle the outcome?  

©2018 Luana Ehrlich (P)2018 Luana Ehrlich

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A wonderful installment

A wonderful installment. Once again the story kept me wanting to know more. The characters keep evolving. I am left wondering what is next for Titus & Nicki.

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Exceptional

I am just gonna say, without knowing anything about a covert world, The author brings this whole series to life, It's like, In her dreams she lives day by day in the very world and wakes up and writes about it in detail. I have read alot, but, this is like your living it chapter by chapter, paragraph by paragraph.

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Loved this story

I really enjoyed this story so much. The narrator was good too. I just love all of the Titus Ray thrillers, they are the best stories. Very addictive too, I just want to listen to them all the time. These stories are Christian and clean.

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The story continues

This one solves the mystery of the disappearance of Jacob Levin. Titus has decisions to make about Nikki. The ending is sad but then turns out good for one person & a challenge for Titus & Nikki, perhaps. This one is calmer as far as action goes than the previous books. That's a good thing for me. I wasn't on the edge of my seat as much. Mr. Kearney has a deep voice that I had to get used to. He does a good job. I received a free copy from the author. This is my voluntary review.

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fantastic

loved it! perfect book with NO profanity. Great for young people the whole Titus Ray series

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Lame

To much talk about religion, wouldn’t by if I knew it!
Story doesn’t seem plausible to much.