A Murder of Crows by Terrence McCauley

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Not a bad read, especially for those who believe that anything goes when fighting terrorists. But it’s interesting what some perceive as heroism.
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THE CROWS ARE GATHERING. WAR IS COMING.

For years, every intelligence agency in the world has been chasing the elusive terrorist known only as The Moroccan. But when James Hicks and his clandestine group known as the University thwart a bio-terror attack against New York City and capture The Moroccan, they find themselves in the crosshairs of their own intelligence community.

The CIA, NSA, DIA and the Mossad are still hunting for for The Moroccan and will stop at nothing to get him. Hicks must find a way to keep the other agencies at bay while he tries to break The terrorist and uncover what else he is planning.

When he ultimately surrenders information that leads to the most wanted terrorist in the world, Hicks and his team find themselves in a strange new world where allies become enemies, enemies become allies and the fate of the University - perhaps even the Western world - may hang in the balance.

Can Hicks and the University survive an onslaught from A MURDER OF CROWS?
 

About Terrence McCauley

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Terrence P. McCauley is an award-winning crime writer living in New York City. In 2014, he won the New Pulp Award for Best Author and Best Short Story for, A Bullet's All it Takes. His short stories have been featured in Thuglit, Shotgun Honey, Atomic Noir, and Matt Hilton's Action: Pulse Pounding Tales Vol. 1 & 2. He recently compiled Grand Central Noir, an anthology where all proceeds go directly to God's Love We Deliver, a nonprofit organization in New York City.
 
Published July 12, 2016 by Polis Books. 336 pages
Genres: Political & Social Sciences, Mystery, Thriller & Suspense, Crime, Action & Adventure, Literature & Fiction. Fiction
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on May 03 2016

Not a bad read, especially for those who believe that anything goes when fighting terrorists. But it’s interesting what some perceive as heroism.

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