The Hands of Terror by KJ McMurray

CIA operative Marie Jenson goes under cover to infiltrate ISIS risking not only her life, but everything she holds precious.

The hands of terror

Osama bin laden is dead and US troops are pulling out of Iraq and Afghanistan signaling an end to the wars. Is the threat of global terrorism over? Just as the world starts to hope for global peace a terror group emerges that could be the worst the world has ever seen. Their motives are set on nothing less than world domination.

CIA operative Marie Jenson goes under cover to infiltrate ISIS risking not only her life, but everything she holds precious. Forced to prove her allegiance, Marie is enlisted to carry out an attack and is in a race against time to stop this attack before disaster strikes.

Genre: FICTION / Mystery & Detective / General

Secondary Genre: FICTION / Religious

Language: English


Word Count: 21407

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This book is brand new and the third book in The Chronicles Of Terror series. 

Sample text:

Marie adjusted her blazer jacket and wiped the sweat from her brow before opening the door to the director’s office.


“Marie, it is a pleasure to finally meet you. I have heard so much about you. Have a seat.”


“Thank you, Director the pleasure is all mine,” Marie said before sitting down in the seat across from his desk.


She glanced around the room quickly to get the lay of the land. It was decorated with much more sophistication than the other agents' offices.


“Well, Marie,” he began. “You come highly recommended for this important mission and I don't know that you've gotten much information at this point besides the basics.  The first thing I need to tell you is that everything we talk about today is going to be confidential and that includes your supervisor. He is not going to be allowed to know the ins and outs of this mission.  This is coming from the highest level of the US government and you been selected for this mission because you have what it is that we need for this very important assignment. Marie, I have been reviewing your reports and you have done an excellent job in your years working for the CIA.”


“Thank you, sir,” Marie blushed.


Marie started tapping her fingers on the desk in that nervous way she did when she was feeling a bit unsettled. She glanced at her hand and noticed the nail polish chipping off the index finger on her right hand. She quickly pulled her hand off the desk and tucked both hands under her legs. I should have gotten a manicure. She was distracted. Geez, I have got to get it together.


Marie sat up straight and made direct eye contact with the director.


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