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Heart of Terror by Craig W. Dressler
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Heart of Terror

by Craig W. Dressler

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I remembered reading somewhere that all is meaningless: the sun rises and sets; seasons come and goWhatever is has already been, and what will be has been before The futility and emptiness of my life overwhelmed me. Existence with a purpose was far removed from my essence. Chase Harte prefers a life without strictures. He enjoys his profession teaching English in foreign countries. It affords him the sense of adventure he desires and allows him to experience many different cultures. It is while teaching in Japan that Chase is introduced to Daoud, an Iranian national in Japan working in construction. While teaching Daud English, Chase learns of Daouds past. Shortly after their first meeting, Daoud suffers a fall and badly injures his leg. Both Chase and Daoud go their separate ways. Chase heads home to the United States; Daoud heads home to Iran. Both are surprised when their less-than-desirable jobs wind up reuniting them. Both will come to find that the God of the Bible is the only one who can offer true peace and freedom. Both will help prevent disaster for Americans by thwarting the plans of the terrorists they find themselves working with.

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