Mexico Dawn

Mexico Dawn

by Donald Smith

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Overview

Lieutenant Colonel Steven Brent, commanding a Delta Force Special Operations Team, is secretly dropped into northern Mexico to RECON and destroy a suspected Hezbollah command center. Brent's team in Mexico is assisted by a secret underground Christian organization code named Don Pablo Montéz. Steve, and two Mexican operatives are captured, tortured, ordered to be assassinated, and their bodies burned. Brent's team, in command of his best friend Captain David López, working against a deadline, has orders to blow up the command center hoping and praying that Steve is not held there.
Mexico Dawn is a story filled with suspense and intrigue, true love, devotion, patriotism and determination, and courageous conviction. From the overt and covert operations of the military in foreign lands, to the stories of faith in God and love of family; the novel embraces and vividly portrays the very best and very worst in people. The author has paid particular attention to detail and realism, so much so that the reader finds himself caught up in each moment, joining with the story's characters as they carry out a covert mission in the interior of Mexico. This story has it all, and is a most pleasurable read.
Ralph Jones, PhD, MSGT, USAF RET.
For twenty-seven years Dr. Smith taught graduate courses in counseling at Sul Ross State University, Rio Grande College in Texas. Upon his retirement from a distinguished teaching and counseling career in 1998, the University conferred upon him the title of Distinguished Professor Emeritus. He was one of the founders of Christian Counselors of Texas, a professional organization for Christians in the counseling, psychology and social work fields.
Donald Smith's other published novels include:
BEYOND THESE WALLS: A FUTURE AND A HOPE, Xulon Press, 2009
JOSIE'S GIFT, Xulon Press, 2011

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781624193095
Publisher: Xulon Press
Publication date: 09/25/2012
Pages: 572
Product dimensions: 5.00(w) x 8.00(h) x 1.27(d)

About the Author

For twenty-seven years Dr. Smith taught graduate courses in counseling at Sul Ross State University, Rio Grande College in Texas. Upon his retirement from a distinguished teaching and counseling career in 1998, the University conferred upon him the title of Distinguished Professor Emeritus. He was one of the founders of Christian Counselors of Texas, a professional organization for Christians in the counseling, psychology and social work fields.

Donald Smith’s other published novels include:
BEYOND THESE WALLS: A FUTURE AND A HOPE, Xulon Press, 2009
JOSIE’S GIFT, Xulon Press, 2011

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