“The Last Caliph” Recognized by International Reader’s Favorite Book Awards
The Last Caliph by FAPA member and Gold Medalist T.L. Williams earned an Honorable Mention in the recent International Reader’s Favorite Book Awards.
The Last Caliph is a novel that delves into the threat foreign extremists pose to U.S. national security. Harnessing technology to recruit domestic jihadists bent on ripping the very fiber of the country apart, ISIS is on a mission to destroy the United States. America’s intelligence agencies, military and law enforcement are at the forefront of an intense effort to preserve and protect what all hold dear: life, liberty, and the pursuit of happiness. The White House has declared ISIS vanquished and the president has ordered U.S troops home from the Middle East. But CIA Operations Officer, Logan Alexander, knows the threat is real. Working with Special Forces personnel, the CIA and law enforcement, Logan attempts to penetrate the terrorist group. In this 4th book in the Logan Alexander series, Logan faces his most lethal foe.
T .L. Williams is a veteran officer of the CIA’s Clandestine Service. Over a thirty-year career he served in Asia, Europe and Central Eurasia where he was engaged in clandestine collection of critical national security intelligence with an emphasis on denied area operations. Williams conducted recruitment operations against East Asian, Middle Eastern, East European and Caribbean targets. As Chief in CIA Stations he partnered with foreign allies in counterterrorism, counterproliferation, and counternarcotics operations.
Williams has written four award-winning novels: Cooper’s Revenge, Unit 400: The Assassins, Zero Day: China’s Cyber Wars, and The Last Caliph. He lives with his wife, Carol, in northeast Florida.