Face Of Our Father
There’s more to the US involvement in the Middle East than what meets the eye. It is a grey area where you just don’t believe one side of the story. Face of Our Father is the one novel that shows both sides, proving that, aside from battles on the field we may win, there are battles within each of us, which we may lose.
Captain Stu Pierce is at that age where one expects to lead a quiet satisfactory life in the suburbs. But, alas, the life of a fighter pilot is not one without risks. His wife, Angie, is in danger. And he knows why. This mystery has kept him awake most nights and affects his performance. With a vow to save his wife and their marriage, Stu goes way beyond his capabilities to protect her.
Former Prosecutor Angela Pierce, international woman’s advocate, puts herself in the line of fire of Sala, the raping murderer. He’s back and as she writes against him, she’s threatened by pictures of a ritual stoning. She’s worried, but hides it from Stu because he is already conflicted about her line of work. When she receives death threats, she makes it her mission to find Sala’s true identity and destroy him. Together, the Pierces battle external and internal conflicts, but do they have a common enemy? Read on to find out.
This novel is a fast-paced thriller with plenty of in-air action, fighting sequences, and a mystery so gripping it keeps the reader hooked to the very end. What makes the character development remarkable is not their perfection, but, rather, their flaws. There is more to the life of a fighter pilot and a freedom fighter than what we are told to believe. It highlights the fact that regional conflicts are a two-sided coin; you may win at some points but may lose in others. Highly recommended.
|Author||G. Egore Pitir|
|Page Count||377 pages|
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