Starve The Devil

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Allen-Ayers Books, Aug 4, 2010 - Fiction - 346 pages
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STARVE THE DEVIL is a timely novel about a U.S. president’s determination to deliver Islamic extremism a permanent blow. It is also about a young CIA agent who discovers the plot, sees only a government-sponsored atrocity, and goes all-out to defeat it. This powerful story will stir within the reader a rich soup of emotions then long linger in his mind afterward.

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"Not sure what worries me more - that I can actually---- see something like this happening- in the world today, or that I understand the president-s actions and partially agree" 

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NOEL CARROLL* is a husband and wife writing team.  After a successful career in business, followed by a dozen years of sailing the Caribbean, they directed their energies toward co-authoring stories.  Their published works include novels, short stories, satiric essays and opinion editorials.  All their works have received highly favorable reviews. They currently make their home in Ponce Inlet, Florida.

*a nom de plume (Noel and Carol also write under the names John Barr and N.C. Munson.)

 

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