Posted By trish on March 16, 2013
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• Print Length: 239 pages
• Publisher: Champagne Books (February 3, 2013)
On the surface, Iraqi-born Azzam Abdullah is nothing more than the unremarkable head of accounting for what is, by all appearances, an innocuous global conglomerate. What’s not so innocuous is the fact that Sun Corp is one of the biggest terrorism financiers in the world.
After years of informing on Sun Corp’s secret deals to the CIA, an unfortunate confluence of events brings Azzam’s covert treachery to light. When Azzam is forced to flee London for America, Sun Corp’s ruthless CEO decides to use a woman from Azzam’s past to flush him out.
In a furious race against a heartless zealot’s deadline, Azzam is forced to decide between the life of one innocent woman and the safety of millions.
Erika, a product of the 80’s, was born in California and spent the majority of her childhood in Orange County.
After spending her high school years as an avowed band geek in the pacific Northwest, she went to college to obtain a degree she had no intention of actually using. Early 20’s job-hopping brought her to blogging, and blogging brought her to writing.
Erika enjoys writing thrillers because she thinks guns, spies, and chase scenes are entertaining.
She lives in the Seattle area with her husband and their two adorable children.
Erika’s Tour Stops
Monday, May 20th: Tiffany’s Bookshelf
Tuesday, May 21st: Dwell in Possibility
Wednesday, May 22nd: I Read a Book Once
Thursday, May 30th: Ace and Hoser Blook
Friday, May 31st: Literally Jen
Monday, June 10th: The Best Books Ever