Shoreline

Shoreline Compelling important and completely engrossing it will change the way you look at the world Hank Phillippi Ryan Mary Higgins Clark Award Winning authorOfficer Nora Khalil is a strong independent wo

  • Title: Shoreline
  • Author: Carolyn Baugh
  • ISBN: 9780765379849
  • Page: 287
  • Format: Hardcover
  • Compelling, important, and completely engrossing it will change the way you look at the world Hank Phillippi Ryan, Mary Higgins Clark Award Winning authorOfficer Nora Khalil is a strong independent woman used to navigating different terrains As an American born Muslim, she loves her country and tries to honor the traditions of her people, but feels that she must constantCompelling, important, and completely engrossing it will change the way you look at the world Hank Phillippi Ryan, Mary Higgins Clark Award Winning authorOfficer Nora Khalil is a strong independent woman used to navigating different terrains As an American born Muslim, she loves her country and tries to honor the traditions of her people, but feels that she must constantly confront those who think she is alien.Assigned to the FBI office in Erie, Pennsylvania, she tries to fit into small town America after a childhood growing up in the bustle of Philly s dark streets A series of horrific acts of violence are committed by a well connected group of domestic terrorists eager to spark a national revolution The town erupts in chaos and the eyes of the nation are on these events In turn, this heats up the debate about the fabric of our nation and how those who feel disenfranchised by our new multiculturalism are determined to take back their birthright and, in their own words, make our nation great again.Will Nora and her team be able to defuse the situation before the carnage goes national Readers will look forward to seeing of the plucky Nora Khalil Publishers Weekly

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    About "Carolyn Baugh"

    1. Carolyn Baugh

      In addition to being Associate Professor of History and Arabic at Gannon University in Erie, Pennsylvania, Carolyn Baugh is a mom to two girls who constantly surprise her, and a devoted dog owner to Carmen the Mutt She holds a master s degree 2008 and a PhD 2011 from the University of Pennsylvania in Arabic and Islamic Studies Her academic focus has been gender issues in early Islamic law At Gannon, she directs the refugee oral history program and also the Women s Studies program She believes she was probably meant to be a jazz pianist in some smoky Parisian bar Adulting is not her strong point.

    519 thoughts on “Shoreline”

    1. I so looked forward to another in the Nora Khalil series and I was not disappointed. Baugh has written an ingenious story, if somewhat over the top, with a fascinating protagonist and a roller-coaster plot. Khalil is compelling as impulsive, feisty, risky, brave, and willing to question her reactions to the events facing her and law enforcement in Erie. Where at first she is bored in her new assignment with the FBI, she comes face to face with the most violent and frightening revolution of a Whi [...]


    2. This is a riveting, engrossing, thought-provoking thriller. This is the second book in the Nora Khalil series. I have not read the first book, but I am putting it on my list to read in the near future! It seems that bad luck and trouble follow Nora around, from the mean streets of Philly to the quiet hamlet of Erie. As an American-born Muslim, Nora finds it increasing difficult to perform her duties as a special agent in the FBI. Her desire to hold true to the customs and traditions of her cultu [...]


    3. Shoreline earned it's fourth star solely for the deep look into and exposure off what is going on in our country right now. Actually, I would like to read this book 4 1/2 stars. I just have to start off with what bothered me the most. I know the group called themselves patriots but do we have to continue with that definition throughout the book? Even capitalizing the word! I say no! These are not patriots! These people are extremists and neo-Nazis and KKK and white supremacists. They are traitor [...]


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