If you like suspense novels, spy novels, current events, "fish out of water" stories, or stories about 21st century life in an American college town; you will like this book.
The story is timely and plausible. It contains characters that grow emotionally and spiritually as the events of the book unfold. As the story ends, we find ourselves wanting to follow Titus Ray on his next adventure - an adventure promises to be coming soon". -Dave Grogan on Goodreads
From the Author
Each Titus Ray Thriller can be read as a standalone novel, but for readers who prefer the series experience, I would suggest reading Titus Ray Thrillers in the following order:
One Step Back, a novella, the prequel to One Night in Tehran
One Night in Tehran, Book I
Two Days in Caracas, Book II
Three Weeks in Washington, Book III
Four Months in Cuba, Book IV
Five Years in Yemen, Book V (coming in 2018)
Titus Ray Thrillers represent a departure from the sexually explicit, profanity-laced novels so prevalent in fiction today. Instead, they provide readers with character-driven stories, plots from today's headlines, and a main character who's trying to figure out how to live out his commitment to Christ in the shadowy world of espionage.
Titus Ray was brought to faith in Christ by a group of Iranian Christians during a botched mission in Tehran. Following his conversion experience, he questioned whether he would be able to live out his faith and follow the teachings of Christ while still being employed at the CIA.
These thrillers follow Titus as he carries out operations against America's enemies, while trying to live the Christian life. In his journey of faith, he meets a beautiful Christian woman, deals with a myriad of family issues, and fights his own personal demons. Sometimes, he fails miserably at doing the right thing. At other times, he achieves victory over his sinful nature. In reality, Titus isn't much different than most believers, except he's a covert operative in the world of espionage.