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The Terrorist

"The Terrorist by Harun (Glen Aaron)"

The nom de guerre “Harun” is simply the Arabic word for “Aaron” and is used by the author to emphasize that this novel is not about prejudice but is, rather, a geopolitical thriller wrapped in an inter-ethnic love story.

Yazid, a Saudi, and Ahmad, a Palestinian, met and became close friends at King Abdullah University of Science and Technology near Jeddah, Saudi Arabia. On holiday, they travel to the Palestinian-occupied territory out of simple curiosity but become embroiled in life-challenging experiences. The trauma thus caused sends the two friends onto different paths–Yazid to graduate school in America, Ahmad to jihadism with the intent to attack the United States.

While the two young men’s lives travel in opposite directions, at the same time and unrelated for now, CIA agent Brad Hackman is on holiday, checking into the Atlantis at Dubai. Cyra, an American Persian beauty from New York City temporarily working at the Dubai Atlantis, checks Brad into the hotel. There is an immediate attraction. That evening, they meet for dinner and promise to get in touch when Cyra returns to Columbia University for post-graduate studies and Brad returns to CIA headquarters at Langley. Yazid is soon accepted at Columbia as a graduate student. He meets and becomes good friends with Cyra. However, one night Ahmad shows up at Yazid’s apartment and tries to draw Yazid into his terroristic intrigue. The pressure is more than Yazid can stand and he seeks Cyra’s help. She then turns to Brad for help. The plot turns thriller of international intrigue, jihadist and terroristic plans, with Brad and Cyra’s counter-attempts to prevent attacks on their homeland.
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The Curse of Sacerdozio: A tale of judicial conspiracy

When Harvard Law School graduate Tommy Jon is chosen from a sea of applicants to clerk for Supreme Court Justice Anton Sacerdozio, he's honored and excited by the opportunity. Tommy is the first Jicarilla Apache to ever graduate from Harvard Law and the clerkship seems like a dream come true. But when he falls in love and impregnates another clerk and she chooses to get an abortion, Sacerdozio's dark side surfaces.
Then, the justice is found dead - murdered and left floating in a hot mineral pool in Texas - and Tommy becomes the number one suspect. And so begins The Curse of Sacerdozio: A tale of judicial conspiracy, the first exciting book in The Supremes series from author and trial attorney Glen Aaron
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