The Arrows of Islam Audiobook, by Spencer Hawke Play Audiobook Sample

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Author: Spencer Hawke Narrator: Spencer Hawke Publisher: Author's Republic Audio Length: Series:The Ari Cohen Series Release Date: June 2017 Format: Unabridged Audiobook Delivery: Instant Download ISBN: 9781518954115

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A gripping espionage and spy thriller. Islamic terrorists have developed a nuclear bomb. One rogue nation wants to sell ‘Stealth” technology to deliver their bomb anywhere. Only one person knows the danger we face…. Will political correctness doom our country or will an age old secret society established by the founding fathers come to the rescue? Author Spencer Hawke is back with another novel in his Ari Cohen Series. Following the acclaimed success of The Arrows of Islam, IndieReader’s 2014 Best Book honoree and The Swiss Conspiracy. The series follows Cohen, a plays-by-his-own-rules Mossad agent, who is pulled into a secret society created by the nation’s founding fathers and sworn to protect the United States for more than 200 years. Critics say Hawke’s five-star thrillers harken to the works of Silva, Thor and Clancy with a fast pace, sharp wit and intrigue at every turn. The characters are rich and alluring, and each novel leaves the reader waiting for more

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About the Author

Spencer Hawke was born in England and started traveling as a young boy seeking adventure. At twenty-one, he took off with a friend for Africa and crossed the continent North to South through the Sahara, sometimes on foot, as their old Land Rover did not want to travel as far as they did. Eight months later, having dodged many conflicts and machine-gun-toting patrols, the pair rolled into South Africa bound for Australia. In Johannesburg he met a Brazilian girl who professed undying love for him. He changed his ticket and flew off to Rio de Janeiro in search of the beauty. Once in Rio, she was nowhere to be found. Short on funds, he stayed and got a job with General Motors in Sao Paulo. Eight years and two children later, he had accumulated enough money to take off again for what he thought his final destination. Landing in Oklahoma in the middle of the 1980s oil boom, he and his children made a home in Oklahoma City. Today he is raising another gift from God, Grandson Devon, who is already a chip off the old block—an avid adventurer