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J.B. Collins Set of 3 Value Paperback

J.B. Collins Set of 3 Value Paperback
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    Author: Joel C. Rosenberg
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    Publisher: Tyndale
    Series: J.B. Collins
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    Join New York Times foreign correspondent, J.B. Collins, on his thrilling, action packed adventures to protect the homeland from the evil Islamic State.

    Titles include:

    The Third Target

    When a New York Times foreign correspondent hears rumors that ISIS has captured a cache of chemical weapons in Syria, he and his colleagues head into the imploding Arab country to find the truth. They uncover a plot that could lead to genocide. Already ISIS has attacked two governments, brutally killing anyone who stands in their way. Now they have their sights set on a third target. But who will it be? The United States? Israel? Or someone else? And can they be stopped in time?

    The First Hostage

    "The president of the United States... is missing."

    With these words, New York Times foreign correspondent J.B. Collins—reporting from the scene of a devastating attack by ISIS terrorists on an Arab-Israeli peace summit in Amman—puts the entire world on high alert. Israeli and Palestinian leaders are critically injured. Jordan's king is fighting for the very existence of his kingdom. And the U.S. president is missing and presumed captured.

    As the U.S. government faces a constitutional crisis and Collins himself becomes a wanted man, he finds himself in the thick of the hunt for the president. Can the leader of the free world be rescued before the leaders of ISIS commit genocide to usher in the global reign of their Islamic messiah? The fate of the world may depend on it.

    Without Warning

    The State of the Union address is minutes away. The president of the United States is set to tell a joint session of Congress and the American people that the U.S. is finally winning the war against the Islamic State. But after tracking ISIS from Istanbul to Baghdad to Amman, New York Times national security correspondent J.B. Collins fears the worst is yet to come. ISIS jihadists have infiltrated the U.S. They are planning to launch catastrophic attacks inside American cities that could make the horrors of 9/11 pale by comparison. But Collins has uncovered only part of the story. The full truth may be worse than the American people's darkest fears. And the consequences may be harder than Collins is prepared to imagine.