Forbidden

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A Muslim cop has a gun rammed against his skull. He has become the reluctant keeper of his Middle East city's bloody secret and the one survivor, a Canadian woman. His devotion to Allah is tested while he dodges the CIA and his corrupt superior's demands to maintain the cover-up. In desperation to see justice served, he plots an action most forbidden and fatal. More

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About Feather Stone

During my career as a paramedic I came face to face with scenes most people would rather not think about. Having experienced life in the most deadly and gut wrenching events, and work alongside the police service, I have the fodder for creating intense novels. My creative DNA ran amok within two months after my first novel, The Guardian's Wildchild, was published. I couldn't believe there was this kind of story within me and desperate to be told. I resisted. It was futile.

When I gave in to the visions and inspirations, I knew that the first year would be taken up with studying Islam and the Muslim culture. After finding a most wonder imam and a Muslim physician, it was time to begin the research and write. After completing the first draft of Forbidden, I searched for police personnel who would be willing to guide me in ensuring all the police procedures were legit and believable. The final draft of Forbidden was completed after four years of editing, rewriting, and editing again. My goal has been to write an exciting story, one that is both plot and character driven. Also, I was most careful in presenting the Islam faith in a moderate and unbiased tone.

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Better Wear Your Flak Jacket Gunfire echoes within the walls of a Middle East police compound. Screams of terror are brutally silenced. Police captain Hashim Sharif captures one survivor. Soon Eliza MacKay will wish she had died with her companions. A man's faith is tested and a woman's mental illness may cause the death of both of them.

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