The second FROM Heath Daniels’ book series

Al Qaeda is splintering but still trying to wreak havoc in the US, especially taking out the part of the NSA that spies on Arabs. Sensing that disaffected Arab-American boys and men can easily be recruited, it embarks on its mission to accomplish its goals.

The Hammoud family, refugees from Palestine, have lived a happy, somewhat prosperous life in a bucolic area of Southwest Virginia for over 20 years, raising three children. Two sons move to the Washington area and get involved in events that change lives. Ahmed takes flight and nearly escapes; fate brings him back to face the consequences. Meanwhile at home, local hoodlums attack and incidents involving their two sons turn their lives upside down and affect other lives as well. Their neighbors, Shane and Velma, help apprehend the local hoodlums and start the process of bringing them to justice. Local neighbors come to their rescue in many ways.



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About Heath

Heath Daniels is a semi-retired consultant on various international topics in some form or another. He was born and grew up in the U.S. and has lived in different locations throughout the country. Now he lives part-time in the U.S. and part-time elsewhere. When he is not busy thinking of ways to spoil his grandchildren, he writes and reads. Throughout his life, he has been a keen observer of current events with special interests in culture and language, history, and spirituality.
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The first FROM Heath Daniels’ book series

Al Qaeda has been involved in many creative and insidious plots to infiltrate the U.S. and to uncover secrets. This book presents one such fictional but realistic plot. Adventure and intrigue through several countries and continents demonstrate difficulties many groups experience in the U.S. and abroad, including Arab-Americans in the U.S., Islam in this country, gay and lesbian trials and tribulations. 

“Heath Daniels weaves a believably foiled terror plot in his book Three Kisses… This book takes many unexpected twists and turns that add to the adventure and intrigue.”


“I found this book hard to put down. The author makes the characters come alive in such a way that I felt as though I knew them personally.”