Investigative journalist Mark Taylor has landed the story of his career-an interview with Ahmad Hani Sa'id, the coldhearted leader of a new terrorist network striking the U.S.A. Considered a religious freedom fighter by his countrymen-and the devil himself to the rest of the world-Sa'id will allow no western journalists to interview him-except Mark. Mystified as to why this would be, Mark heads off to Syria, leaving his wife at home pregnant with their first child. Then the CIA steps in, insisting that Mark allow one of their agents to pose as a camera operator in hopes of capturing the elusive Sa'id. But when ther CIA's ruse is revealed, Mark is taken hostage, tortured and beaten. Now this Christian's only hope lies in God's sovereign hands-and in the heart of the terrorist's nephew, a devout Muslim man Mark befriended during the Gulf War. But will that be enough when worldviews collide?
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Investigative journalist Mark Taylor lands the story of his career--a meeting with the coldhearted leader of a new terrorist network targeting the United States--when he is taken hostage. . .About the Author:
Clay Jacobsen is author of the popular Christian suspense novels, Circle of Seven and The Lasko Interview (Broadman & Holman). A twenty-year veteran of the television industry, he's served as director for high-profile shows like Entertainment Tonight and The Jerry Lewis MDA Telethon. An expert on media and world affairs, he makes his home in California where he is active in the Hollywood community.
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Book Description Barbour Publishing, Incorporated, 2002. Paperback. Book Condition: New. book. Bookseller Inventory # 1586605887
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