We Have Come Now to Kill You!: The Thirteen Apostles

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AuthorHouse, Apr 1, 2005 - Fiction - 156 pages
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Greco is in the innermost circle of Osama bin Laden. He was to set up something "special" at the 2004 Olympics in Greece>, but when his friend is arrested, Greco escapes via the mail boat at Portos. Fearing discovery, Greco flees to Iraq, then to Iran, where a sympathetic Iranian government hides certain Al-Qaeda members. Though under house arrest, the Al-Qaeda members move freely about their host country.
Greco, the one trusted follower, is sent on a major mission that will bring down the Great Satan. Will his embedded terrorist cells in the USA succeed?
This is a daring, adventurous, dynamic action thriller that will keep your blood racing until the surprising ending. It will leave you with a sense of satisfaction and yet the possibility of reality. It will grip your innermost emotions, and who knows? Maybe your fears will come true. Are you safe? America Sure, but for how long?
Cottonwood town are they referring too? Why does a group purchase a load of small, inflatable dirigibles? These embedded terrorists are excited about the destruction of the Great Satan. At last, we can strike the final blow for Allah!
What secret does the desert near California Turtle Mountainshold? Will the FBI and related organizations be able to move quickly enough to thwart a plan that could wreak havoc across America What terrible, catastrophic, inferno awaits some of the embedded terrorists?
Though a work of fiction, this book parallels the realities of what may happen in the Land of the Free and the Home of the Brave. Will the radical mania of the Islamic extremists destroy the United States
THIS IS A MUST READ BOOK!

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About the author (2005)

The author was born and raised on a small farm in Kansas.  He attended college in Florida and furthered his studies at the Dallas College of Mortuary Sciences.  Until his retirement he was a licensed embalmer and funeral director in Texas.  A number of his poems have been published.  He is an avid reader and traveler.  One of his favorite parts of the world is the Far East.  He and his wife currently make their home in Texas.

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