Review: The Tehran Initiative

Book Reviews

The Tehran Initiative
The Tehran Initiative by Joel C. Rosenberg

My rating: 5 of 5 stars

As the story continues you, again, get only a week’s worth time. David is hot on trail of the nuclear warheads but is being emotionally torn by the truth of his Muslim faith. While Twelfth Imam continues a succession of miracles, a rogue assassination attempt on the leaders of Egypt, israel, and the US throws the nuclear option clearly onto the table. David hast to find out what really happened, track down the nukes, and not get distracted by the emotional burdens of his dying mother.

Rosenberg has created the real spy novel. A modern and real ME version of James Bond.

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Book Review: Be The People

Book Reviews, Politics

Be the People: A Call to Reclaim America’s Faith and Promise by Carol M. Swain

My rating: 4 of 5 stars

Dr. Swain has taken on the political pundits and defeated them clearly. Instead of devolving into a heated, emotional debate, she uses polling data to back-up her commentaries on Immigration, Moral Construction, immigration, the Obama Administration and abortion. The basis of the book is one of a noble effort in that it is a call to galvanize the Christian population of America to openly discuss and debate the ideas that are being presented by the mainstream media on both sides of the aisle.