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For agent Duke Pirak, the coded text message on his phone is brief and to the point: "Go to Egypt to document militant link between Hamas and Muslim Brotherhood." At age sixty-two, Duke is still considered a viable agent. His first trip to Cairo was nine years ago, and he is eager to return—and possibly find his former lover, Sandi.After finding her, a young Bedouin girl enters their life. When she is taken by her gangster father to the Sinai Peninsula, Duke and Sandi have to rescue her from being sold as a sex slave. Duke's two assignments become intrinsically linked through the politics of terrorism.Set amid political turmoil and terrorist activity, Sinai Subway is a gripping thriller that almost seems too real to be fiction. Even so, it maintains a sense of humor and offers a love story, as well as an uplifting yet dramatic and edge-of-your-seat conclusion.Biografía del autor:
Michael Jerome Troy was a cop for nineteen years before leaving the Seattle Police Department in 1987. He moved the family from the middle of Seattle to a farm in central Minnesota and found a great place to raise kids, sheep, and horses. At age fifty-five, he started writing and quickly found another satisfying outlet for emotional contentment. Sinai Subway is his first published novel.Author's Home: Parkers Prairie, Minnesota
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