Without Warning

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J.B. Collins is the top national security correspondent for the New York Times with a topnotch reputation for getting the facts others miss, but the challenge in this new release from Tyndale House is how to convince the President of the United States.

 

The Middle East is in chaos. The Israeli prime minister is dead and Amman, Jordan is in ruins as ISIS continues to escalate their attacks across the world. President Taylor knows that and has seen their tactics up close and personal when he came under attack and nearly lost his life when he was abducted in the Middle East. Even so, he continues to tell the American people ISIS is being defeated.

 

J.B. was the one who interviewed the head of ISIS while that man was in prison. He knows his voice, his face, his plans to destroy not only the Middle East, but also the United States in attacks worse than those of 9/11. J.B. fears the worst is ahead based on his firsthand knowledge from his interview and the certainty there are jihadist cells already plotting the attacks within the United States and that chemical weapons are likely to be used.

 

As J.B. waits to meet with President Taylor before he speaks to a joint session of Congress and honors J.B. for his work, he feels an urgency to persuade the President the worst is coming and he must act swiftly and decisively to protect the people of the United States. He is confounded by the unwillingness of the President to acknowledge the truth and tell the American people the truth as well.

 

For as much as J.B. fears, what he doesn’t know is that things are worse than he anticipates and despite all the warnings the President has received, he still insists on a different narrative, a false one. That narrative will leave the United States vulnerable and Middle East allies at a loss. Time has run out.

 

This gripping novel sounds like it has been pulled from present day headlines and will immediately catch you up in this powerful story written by Joel Rosenberg, New York Times best selling author. The intrigue will keep the pages turning with no certainty of how it will all end until the final few pages.

 

I would love to tell you more about the story line, J.B.’s character, how his brother, Matt, fits into J.B.’s final chapter, but I don’t want to spoil the story. You will want to check this all out for yourself.

 

To comply with new regulations introduced by the Federal Trade Commission, Tyndale House Publishers provided me with a complimentary copy of this book in exchange for my review.

 

 

 

8 thoughts on “Without Warning

  1. Pam – I love Joel’s novels and I had no idea he had a new one out… can it be my vacation yet? That seems to be the only time I get to read fiction.

    thanks for linking up with #TuneInThursday this week. Sorry for my delay in stopping by, it has been a busy week 🙂

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    1. Hi Debbie! I was aware when reading this that it was the third in a series and wished I had read the others first. Always love linking up with you. No worries about your delay in response….we all have busy weeks!! Love and hugs to you!

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    1. This book is the third in a series and I did not know that when I got the book to review from Tyndale. I loved the writing so much that I wish I had read the other two as well and now it would not be so easy to do.

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  2. Hi Pam! I didn’t know you were reviewing books, how fun! Thank you for the plot overview here today, I’m glad you liked what you read. (I see the tag for you being a member of the Tyndale BlogNetwork too, nice!)
    Have a wonderful Wednesday,
    Ceil

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