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The Sword of Mohammad Paperback – July 29, 2015
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"Children of Blood and Bone"
Tomi Adeyemi conjures a stunning world of dark magic and danger in her West African-inspired fantasy debut. Pre-order today
About the Author
About the Author The "Sword of Mohammad" is the story of an atomic bomb planted in the City of Chicago. Islamic terrorists hide a bomb somewhere in the city and want it to explode without anyone knowing about it until the mushroom cloud fills the horizon from Michigan to Wisconsin. The plot is exposed by Chicago gang crimes detectives. The story of a bomb in Chicago may be an international incident, but it is a local problem that requires good police work to save the city. "The Sword of Mohammad" is the story of those police efforts. From the first knowledge of the bomb’s existence, through developing leads, following-up on those leads, interrogating witnesses, to locating the bomb itself; this story is told exactly as it would happen in real life. Joseph Ragonese is uniquely qualified to tell this tale. Joe became a police officer in 1968, joining the City of Palos Heights Police Department in Illinois. In 1969 he moved to the Cook County Sheriff’s Police Department (Chicago, Illinois). Joe retired in 2005, after a 36 year career where he worked the streets, learning exactly what it takes to be a police officer. During those 36 years Joe spent 12 in the patrol division, 12 as a detective, having been in the State’s Attorney Office, Narcotics, Recidivism and Organized Crime, Special Operations and Fugitive Warrant Divisions and his last 12 years on the job was spent in the Gang Crimes Unit. The incidents portrayed in this book reflect his personal experience, insight and knowledge of working the streets. Joe’s abilities to tell the story began after college, where he majored in Mass Media Communications. He began writing as a freelance journalist in 1977 and has never stopped. Today Joe is the publisher and editor of Generations the Magazine, where he writes the stories of those who build our nation, one generation at a time. The author truly enjoyed writing The Sword of Mohammad and would really like to know what you thought. Let him know at Joe@WriterWorks.org.
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