Two Days in Caracas: A Titus Ray Thriller

Written by Luana Ehrlich

Titus faces a threat he never imagined.
Can he capture Ahmed Al-Amin before it’s too late?
Confronting a new operative . . .
When veteran CIA operative Titus Ray arrives in San José, Costa Rica, and meets fresh-faced Ben Mitchell, a hot-tempered new operative with barely any experience in the field, he has a choice to make–ignore him or take him under his wing.

Facing an old demon . . .
In the middle of an active, ongoing operation, Titus is suddenly called back to the States where he must deal with the failures from his past and make decisions about his future with Detective Nikki Saxon.

Opposing a present danger . . .
In an effort to stop Hezbollah assassin, Ahmed Al-Amin, from murdering a high-profile government official, Titus travels to Caracas, Venezuela, where he learns the assassin is but one piece of a complicated international plot to deliver chemical weapons to some of America’s most dangerous enemies.

· Can his newfound faith sustain him when he encounters his old nemesis?

· Will he overcome the obstacles and capture Ahmed before it’s too late?

· Is it possible for him to have a future with Nikki?

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“I recommend these books for all who enjoy good clean fiction, especially those involving current events in the world. I like the development of the characters and their relationship. I gave it five stars for the great storyline and the characters that seem so real.” -Amazon review

“The characters are very well-developed and believable. I enjoyed the way the author described Titus Ray’s internal struggles and character flaws creating a very authentic main character. The story was action-packed and one is left wondering how the author could be so knowledgeable of the CIA and the work of their covert operatives.” -Amazon review

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