Spencer E. Moses is the pen name for a prolific author of both fiction and nonfiction. His writings have also been published in Guidepost books, as well as Christianity Today. He is a member of the Writer's Guild of New York City and served as senior vice president of Feed the Children. In addition, he is an archbishop in The Communion of Evangelical Episcopal churches. He lives in Colorado.
Network of Deception: A Novelby Spencer E. Moses
Eric Stone left the CIA to start his own spy agency, one that wouldn't find itself at the mercy of political gridlock. Simone Koole joined Mossad to serve the Israeli people through her own relentless commitment to her faith. When these two passionate patriots are thrust together into a life or death struggle against a common enemy, the sparks and bullets begin to fly. On the surface, they're engaged in a high-stakes effort to prevent an unacceptable shift of power in the Middle East. But not far beneath, another battle rages. Can they faithfully serve their countries and their God? And will the harsh realities of duty squelch the attraction they're beginning to feel?
Fast-paced storytelling whisks readers along a globe-trotting glimpse into the hidden dimensions of international espionage in this timely and topical novel.
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"Years ago, Eric Stone, left the CIA to start his own spy agency, one that wouldn't find itself at the mercy of political gridlock and internal power plays. Israeli Simone Koole joined Mossad years ago to serve her people and her God. Together they will wage a high-stakes cyber war against Israel's enemies." Spencer E. Moses delivers a fresh spy thriller filled with action, relatable characters, and a story line pulled straight from the headlines of a nation who faces dark enemies determined to destroy them. Characters and setting are rich in detail giving them the authenticity the reader needs to wonder if they truly exist. Mr. Spencer assures us at the end of the novel the characters are fictional but the reader may be left to wonder...are they really? As you travel from the mountainous regions of Colorado, to the politically charged Capital of D.C., you won't need to renew your passport as Mr. Moses transports you to London, Germany, Egypt, Iraq, and eventually into the treacherous and deadly desert landscape of Iran to share Eric Stone and Simone Koole's suspenseful attempt to protect millions of people from another holocaust.