New Book by E.E. Hunt Is a Counter-Terrorism Thriller with a Spellbinding International Twist
Traveling to Paris on vacation, two New York City Federal agents are directed by their supervisor to assist four counter-terrorism fighters in Paris--three American and one a female Muslim, labeled by a Paris newspaper as four modern musketeers.
January 17, 2014 (Newswire.com) - Traveling to Paris on vacation, two New York City Federal agents are directed by their supervisor to assist four counter-terrorism fighters in Paris--three American and one a female Muslim, labeled by a Paris newspaper as four modern musketeers. They are being hunted by an Islamic Algerian Salafist who seeks revenge for his brother's death that occurred in a shootout in the Casbah in Algiers. The four are joined by French special agent Jules Crouseau who, although considered awkward, 'gets his man' in his own unusual way. Not satisfied with vengeance against the musketeers alone, the Algerian terrorist also wants to destroy monuments in Paris. In the process he and his henchmen try to shoot the terror fighters in a popular Parisian restaurant, kill them in a car bomb on the beltway around Paris, and then finally destroy them in the process of blowing up both the Cathedral of Notre Dame and the famed Hotel de Dieu on the Ile de St Louis. Readers will be riveted as they trace the fanatical Islamist who has no conscience about murdering innocents for the sake of his demented religious viewpoint.
E.E. Hunt has lived in rural California; suburban St. Louis; New York City for sixteen years; Dallas, Texas; and Paris, France for ten years. His previous published work was academic, having graduated from Stanford University with two degrees, the Episcopal Seminary in Austin, Texas, and Princeton Theological Seminary where he earned a doctorate. His interest is in promoting a common sense of human decency amongst the practitioners of all faiths.