I thoroughly enjoyed Ernie Hunt's sequel to 'Paris under Siege,' continuing the fight of an unlikely team made up of a devout Muslim woman, a NY undercover agent, a NY female reporter and an Embassy officer, in their attempt to stop violence in France caused by radical Muslims. An Algerian terrorist, wounded from a shootout at the American Cathedral, escapes from the hospital and returns to Algeria in order to recruit more terrorists to perpetuate the violence in the Muslim suburbs of Paris. As riots run amok in the city and radicals kidnap the American Ambassador, these four heroes join forces again and get some help from peace-loving Muslim women as they intensify the fight against the radicals who plan to destroy the Eiffel Tower. I thoroughly enjoyed joining them every step of the way in this ride-of-a-lifetime run through the streets of Paris in a race to stop the destruction. I consider this a great read and have made it part of my collection of suspense-filled thrillers!
Paris On Fire as a sequel to Paris Under Siege is an exciting thriller which helps one understand the difference between good, moderate Muslims and fanatics. The action takes place in the Casbah, in Paris and its suburbs, and involves Islamic terrorists excerbating discontented, out of work Muslims. The American Ambassador, a woman, is kidnapped and a showdown between the terrorists and the French police as well Americans occurs. The Eiffel Tower is almost destroyed, but three Americans and a Muslim woman, along with a French special agent and three Muslim women seek to stop the fanatics. Lots of fun from which one can learn much from today's conflicts.