Israel successfully launches a first strike on Iran, taking out all of their nuclear sites and six of their nuclear warheads. American president William Jackson threatens to support a U.N. Security Council resolution condemning the Jewish State for unprovoked and unwarranted acts of aggression.... show more
Israel successfully launches a first strike on Iran, taking out all of their nuclear sites and six of their nuclear warheads. American president William Jackson threatens to support a U.N. Security Council resolution condemning the Jewish State for unprovoked and unwarranted acts of aggression. And the Twelfth Imam prepares to order a genocidal retaliation. Meanwhile, CIA operative David Shirazi has infiltrated the Iranian regime and intercepted top secret intelligence indicating that two Iranian nuclear warheads survived the attack and have been moved to a secure and undisclosed location. In danger not only from the ongoing war between Israel and Iran but also from the increasingly hostile governments in multiple countries, Shirazi and his team are in a race against time to find the remaining nuclear warheads before the most cataclysmic event in the history of the Middle East comes to pass.
Publish date: March 5th 2013
Publisher: Brilliance Corporation
Edition language: English
Series: The Twelfth Imam (#3)
A powerful, refreshingly honest, and spiritually uplifting closing act to the Twelfth Imam trilogy, this novel has it all. David Shirazi and those who fight with him, including several converts from Islam to Christianity, draw on the power and goodness of Christ to stop the annihilation of Israel by...
Title: Damascus Countdown Author: Joel Rosenberg Pages: 480 Year: 2013 Publisher: Tyndale The title is somewhat of an enigma to anyone just glancing at it, trying to discover what the book is about. The story is part mystery, suspense, thriller, and also has some intriguing puzzles. There is...
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