Book: The Godless One (An Ari Ciminon Novel) by James Clayton Rogers
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James Clayton Rogersabout this book: Once a member of Saddam Hussein's dreaded Special Security, Abu Karim Ghaith Ibrahim (now known as Ari Ciminon) finds himself working for the United States Armed Forces (CENTCOM and ISAF-I), identifying insurgents in war-torn Iraq via images sent to him in his Richmond, Virginia safe house. Tormented by the loss of his family, his inherent, and powerful, sense of humor becomes twisted in his new environment, causing him to bemuse some and offend many.
In this sequel to the well-received The 56th Man, Ari finds himself volunteering to translate for an Arab prisoner in a Virginia Department of Corrections facility. What he learns there sends him on a hunt for one of the most despicable humans who have ever lived—a man he once deeply offended. In the process, he deals with a beheaded corpse, a deadly assassin, a veritable fortress in the Cumberland Forest—and the usual swarm cultural mishaps. The title is a reference to the epithet given to him by insurgents in the streets of Baghdad.
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