Monday Night Jihad

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Tyndale House Publishers, Inc., Sep 30, 2010 - Fiction - 368 pages
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He thought his deadliest enemy knelt across the line of scrimmage. He was wrong! After a tour of duty in Afghanistan, Riley Covington is living his dream as a professional linebacker when he comes face to face with a radical terrorist group on his own home turf. Drawn into the nightmare around him, Riley returns to his former life as a member of a special ops team that crosses oceans in an attempt to stop the escalating attacks. But time is running out, and it soon becomes apparent that the terrorists are on the verge of achieving their goal—to strike at the very heart of America. This softcover edition also includes a teaser chapter of the next Riley Covington thriller.
Written by a member of the NFL; gives readers an insider look at the world of professional athletes and military intelligence. Examines the challenges of homeland security in large-venue events. Explores the tension between the desire for revenge and the constraints of the Christian faith, especially as it relates to Islam. Jason Elam has recently returned from Iraq, where he visited and supported the troops. You can read his journal at mondaynightjihad.blogspot.com
 

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In a day in the heat

User Review  - tenneniii - Christianbook.com

On the surface, Jihad is a clean quality upscale-thriller, (not one cuss word to be found, most unusual in this type of book) filled with a load of characters, and improbable plot twists. "Written by ... Read full review

Fun read, fairly predictable, little long

User Review  - hwbillm - Christianbook.com

I enjoyed reading this book in my new CBD e-reader. The story held my interest, had a couple of crooks and turns that kept my interest and a story line that is all too believable. The author wrote ... Read full review

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