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  1. Jim Major says:

    I read both the “One Night in Tehran” and “Two Days in Caracas”. Technically enthralling and realistic. Kept me involved all the way.

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    • Jim, Thanks so much for your comment! The next book in the series, Three Weeks in Washington, should be published July 2016. If you’d like to sign up for my newsletter, you’ll receive updates about the series and be one of the first to know a publication date. You can sign up here: http://eepurl.com/Z5MRD or on this website. I love hearing from my readers. My email is author@luanaehrlich.com. Your comment made my day!

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  2. onewalkingbyfaith says:

    I thoroughly enjoyed reading both books and will find it difficult to wait for the next book to come out! Since you are also a fan of this genre, I am curious to know what authors you would recommend.

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    • I’m so glad you’re enjoying the series. I’m finishing up Three Weeks in Washington now, and I’m anticipating a June 2016 publication date. As to authors I’d recommend: Joel Rosenberg’s series would be one series and one author. Also, Jerry Jenkins. I never recommend secular authors I’ve read, because I would hate for people to think I condoned the language they use, and that’s partly the reason I decided to have my thrillers in the Christian fiction genre. I believe you can write exciting, edge-of-the-seat stories without using profanity. Thanks so much for getting in touch. Here’s my newsletter sign up, if you like to be on my mailing list. http://eepurl.com/Z5MRD

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