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Meanwhile, an assassin is searching for him.
Learning the truth . . .
Veteran CIA officer Titus Ray–on the run from the Iranian secret police–finds shelter with a group of Iranian Christians in Tehran. While urging Titus to become a believer in Jesus Christ, they manage to smuggle him out of Iran to freedom in Turkey.
Dealing with the past . . .
Returning to the States, he discovers his Iranian mission failed because of political infighting within the Agency. In a hot-tempered outburst, he delivers a scathing indictment against the Deputy Director of Operations, and, as a result, the deputy forces Titus to take a year’s medical leave in Oklahoma.
Facing the future . . .
Before leaving Langley, Titus learns he’s been targeted by a Hezbollah assassin hired by the Iranians. Now, while trying to figure out what it means to be a follower of Christ, he must decide if the Iranian couple he meets in Norman, Oklahoma has ties to the man who’s trying to kill him, and if Nikki Saxon, a local detective with an intriguing past, can be trusted with his secrets.
· Can a man trained to lie and deceive live a life of faith?
· Should he trust the beautiful young detective with his secrets?
· Was the bullet that killed his friend meant for him?
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When the police investigation stalls, she and her husband, Jake, set out to unravel the puzzle of who she is and how she met her lonely fate. What they uncover will rock this small western town to its core.
Bud Lee believes he has proof that his boss is plotting to decide Earth’s fate by recruiting surrogate children into a think tank named The Club. Only one other agrees to help him, a ghostwriter more convinced that computers control him, Bud, and everyone else.
Family relationships are anything but pleasant for the unlikely pair because of expectations placed upon them, so exposing a conspiracy, no matter how far-fetched, is welcome relief from the constraints of a micro-managed existence. Their search for the truth eventually takes them around the world as they trace down the only ones capable of verifying Mr. Lee’s story. Even then, they both feel like a couple of nowhere men going nowhere accomplishing little, if anything.
You Will Be Like God is Book Three of the Victory to Dystopia series. The series covers the 150 years of American history from 1945, when the United States took on the mantle of the number one world superpower, until 2095, when it has descended into a dystopia controlled by private citizen technocrats and governmental bureaucrats and the computers and drones they use to control a no longer free people.
Book One is Day of the Bomb.
Book Two is The Human Factor.
When a rare meteor shower unleashes a mind-altering infection, Alex’s loved ones begin to change. They’re smarter, faster, emotionless, and they have a plan. One that doesn’t include her.
Pursued by friends turned enemies and desperate to save her little brother, Alex flees to the mountains surrounding her home, where the only chance for humanity has lain hidden for thousands of years.
With her only guide a set of cryptic clues, Alex follows a trail of increasingly shocking discoveries. Everything she thought she knew about the past was a lie and it’s up to her to save the future.
WINNER, Reader’s Favorite Book Awards, 2015, Honorable Mention, YA sci-fi
FINALIST, Young Adult Finalist in the IAN Book Awards, 2015
Infected, The Shiners is book one in the Forgotten Origins Trilogy
In a time when slavery was legal…in a place where kings were all-powerful…Eve, a slave, appeared in the right place at the right time.
Eve saved his life. In return, he offered her the opportunity of freedom. She did not know what would happen to her if she chose to accept his proposal, but she did know the consequences of rejecting it.