The Titus Ray thrillers are entertaining books that are a pleasure to read and well worth the price. In fact, Ms. Ehrlich may have created a new sub genre with these books. These are, to my knowledge, the only thrillers with Christian faith awareness. the books are well plotted. The tension is not quite as high as in Tom Clancy books; but they are fun page turners. For an author with a limited knowledge of trade craft, Ms. Ehrlich portrays the intelligence world quite credibly. I especially like Ms. Ehrlich's ability to incorporate Christian belief and actions into the plots in a delicate, non-preachy, realistic way, through believable characters, who are not "plaster saints". I can see the Ms. Ehrlich's writing skills and technique mature over the three books. I hope that, in her next book, she will be confident enough in her plotting skills to drop the somewhat distracting asides that appear to be included just to foreshadow plot complications. Her writing and plotting is sufficiently sophisticated that these techniques are not necessary. Her main character, Titus Ray, and the other major characters develop in an engaging way throughout the three books. I am looking forward to her next book, Four Months In Cuba.