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Book Review: Code of Honor

Now I have three books by the author to spread the love. Live by the code. Die by the code? Kamran Smith has it all. Darius is accused of being a terrorist. Kamran refuses to believe it. But Darius has been filmed making threats against his country, hinting at an upcoming deadly attack.

"Life begins at the end of your comfort zone." Neale Donald Walsch

Army Ranger, goes on TV claiming credit for an attack on a U. Now everybody thinks Darius is a terrorist, and that Kamran must be one too. When the Department of Homeland Security brings Kamran and his family in for questioning, he begins to see his brother in a whole new light. But Kamran is still unconvinced the brother he grew up idolizing could be a terrorist. A realistic, contemporary thriller with spies, terrorists, secret loyalties, heartbreaking betrayals, and real stakes—all starring a seventeen-year-old protagonist. Why not his parents, or the police, or the CIA?

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Thank you! An Iranian-American teen's faith in his beloved brother is pushed to the limit when it appears that he may be involved in a terrorist attack on the U. Embassy in Turkey. High school senior Kamran and his parents are stunned when his brother, Darius, a U. Army Ranger, appears in a video following the embassy bombing, disheveled and rambling, claiming responsibility for the attack.

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