AN INTRODUCTION TO TITUS RAY THRILLERS

Posted: August 10, 2015 in Titus Ray Thrillers
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Titus Ray Thrillers are a series of Christian novels featuring CIA intelligence officer, Titus Ray. The first book, One Night in Tehran, was published in August 2014 and the second book, Two Days in Caracas, was published in June 2105. Three Weeks in Washington, the third book in the five-book series was published on August 4, 2016. If you’d like to receive updates and insider news on the series, you can sign up for the Titus Ray Thriller Series Newsletter here.

Titus Ray was brought to faith in Christ by a group of Iranian Christians during a botched mission into Tehran. Following his conversion experience, he questioned whether or not he would be able to live out his faith and follow the teachings of Christ while still being employed at the CIA. Now, he’s determined to do so.

These thrillers follow Titus as he carries out operations against America’s enemies, while trying to live the Christian life. In his journey of faith, he meets a beautiful Christian woman, deals with a myriad of family issues, and fights his own personal demons. Sometimes, he fails miserably at doing the right thing. At other times, he achieves victory over his sinful nature. In reality, Titus isn’t much different than most believers, except he’s a covert operative in the world of espionage.

The next book in the five-book series is entitled Four Months in Cuba. It will be released in the fall of 2017.

As a way of introducing you to One Night in Tehran, Two Days in Caracas, and Three Weeks in Washington, there are excerpts to each chapter in the Chapter Comments, following this post. You may also click on the Categories menu on the left under Chapter Comments.

All books in the series are available on Amazon here.

Listen to Author Luana Ehrlich describe the series in this video.

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