One Night in Tehran - a Christian Fiction Thriller by Luana Ehrlich

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“Wow. This book never stopped! It grabbed my attention at the beginning and did not let go. It still hasn't let go of me.” –Book Review by Aerykah on Expressions of Me blog.

“One Night in Tehran is a well-written, suspenseful page turner of a book.” –Goodreads Book Review.

“Recommend this book to all CIA novel lovers.” –Amazon reviewer.

One Night in Tehran is the first in a series of Christian thrillers featuring veteran CIA intelligence officer, Titus Ray, who comes to faith in Christ through the efforts of a group of Iranian Christians.

When a mission in Tehran goes horribly bad, not only do these persecuted believers keep Titus hidden away from the secret police, they also manage to smuggle him over the mountainous terrain of Iran and ultimately to safety in Turkey.

Then, while being debriefed in a safe house back in the States, Titus discovers the underlying cause of his mission’s failure and the person responsible for the downfall of his network in Iran. After delivering a scathing indictment against the Deputy Director of Operations, Titus is put on a year’s medical leave. At the same time, he learns he’s being stalked by an assassin who's seeking revenge for his actions in Tehran—someone sent by the Iranian secret police.

Now, while trying to settle into a “normal” life in the small university town of Norman, Oklahoma, he must decide if the Iranian couple he meets at a church has any connection to the assassin who’s after him, and if Nikki, Saxon, a beautiful, local detective, can be trusted with his secrets. And, all the while, he’s trying to figure out what it means to live a life of faith—a life that doesn't seem to be compatible with his line of work.

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