The Pox of Mohammed

The Pox of Mohammed

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"The Pox of Mohammed" is a love story narrated against a backdrop of real-world events, including militant Islam and slavery. When a Muslim mafia family from Albania revenge-kidnaps Rachel Johnson, a U.S. Justice Department liaison assigned to the embassy in France, and takes the beautiful young woman into the hidden realm of forced prostitution, two army officers who love her join forces in a frantic, last-minute rescue attempt. The events that follow will change their lives -- forever. "The Pox of Mohammed" also explores the debate concerning the death of the prophet of Islam. History tells us Mohammed may not have died of poison or preventable disease; the fiery pox that killed the first king of the Arabs could be something more sinister -- more shameful. About the Author Dane Dahl is a former private investigator with a degree in history. He has traveled and lived abroad for many years. His experiences in Europe and Asia inspired "The Pox of Mohammed."show more

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  • Paperback | 576 pages
  • 152.4 x 228.6 x 28.2mm | 680.39g
  • Wheatmark
  • United States
  • English
  • 1587369419
  • 9781587369414