Sunday, January 25, 2015

Damascus Count Down, by Joel Rosenberg

In this novel a CIA agent of Iranian heritage has infiltrated the regime. A caliphate has gained control of virtually all Islamic nations and plans to destroy Israel. Missiles fly, mayhem ensures.  Two women are in love with him (of course). The US President is lily livered and unreliable. The UN is patently evil. So far, quite believable of course.

I was well into this book before I realized that it fits the genre, "Christian fiction."  That because there's more than a little bit of proselytizing going on. As blog readers probably have noticed, I'm into suspense novels for the suspense novel part, not for the savings of souls part, so this was a distraction to me. Still, an okay read.

Damascus Countdown

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