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Without Warning: Joel Rosenberg

Our world is comprised of many people of different races, religions and nationalities. All too often we get bogged down with stereotyping people and assuming because they are of one race, religious belief of country they are dangerous. Without warning takes the reader by surprise when ISIS takes center stage taking over the thinking of one man J.B. Collins a New York Times foreign correspondent dealing with a religious madman named Abu Khalif who creates, orchestrates and executes terror attacks that take our country by surprise, storm and won’t end until the last person in our country is dead. A religious lunatic, apocalyptic Islamic terrorist attacks begins as the author starts the novel with the State of the Union speech for the join session of Congress. Hoping that President Taylor will come clean, be truthful and finally state that he is going after Khalif and not…

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