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Titus exposes a plot to attack the nation's capital with chemical weapons. Book III in the Titus Ray Thriller series, featuring CIA intelligence officer, Titus Ray. Encountering a Shooter . . . CIA intelligence operative, Titus Ray, arrives in Washington, D.C. on the day a terrorist enters the Washington Navy Yard and murders five people. Convinced the inciden Titus exposes a plot to attack the nation's capital with chemical weapons. Book III in the Titus Ray Thriller series, featuring CIA intelligence officer, Titus Ray. Encountering a Shooter . . . CIA intelligence operative, Titus Ray, arrives in Washington, D.C. on the day a terrorist enters the Washington Navy Yard and murders five people. Convinced the incident is connected to a Hezbollah plot to use chemical weapons on an American city, Titus jeopardizes his own career to interrogate the killer and learn the truth.Exposing a General . . .After the shooter reveals the identity of an Iranian deep-cover operative living in Washington, D.C., Titus embarks on an intelligence operation spanning two continents and exposing an Iranian general obsessed with destroying America. Engaging an Enemy . . .As time runs out, Titus engages the enemy in a treacherous game of cat and mouse to save the lives of thousands and defeat the terrorists. Can his faith sustain him as he faces his greatest challenge yet? Is he willing to lose Nikki to save his country?


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Titus exposes a plot to attack the nation's capital with chemical weapons. Book III in the Titus Ray Thriller series, featuring CIA intelligence officer, Titus Ray. Encountering a Shooter . . . CIA intelligence operative, Titus Ray, arrives in Washington, D.C. on the day a terrorist enters the Washington Navy Yard and murders five people. Convinced the inciden Titus exposes a plot to attack the nation's capital with chemical weapons. Book III in the Titus Ray Thriller series, featuring CIA intelligence officer, Titus Ray. Encountering a Shooter . . . CIA intelligence operative, Titus Ray, arrives in Washington, D.C. on the day a terrorist enters the Washington Navy Yard and murders five people. Convinced the incident is connected to a Hezbollah plot to use chemical weapons on an American city, Titus jeopardizes his own career to interrogate the killer and learn the truth.Exposing a General . . .After the shooter reveals the identity of an Iranian deep-cover operative living in Washington, D.C., Titus embarks on an intelligence operation spanning two continents and exposing an Iranian general obsessed with destroying America. Engaging an Enemy . . .As time runs out, Titus engages the enemy in a treacherous game of cat and mouse to save the lives of thousands and defeat the terrorists. Can his faith sustain him as he faces his greatest challenge yet? Is he willing to lose Nikki to save his country?

30 review for Three Weeks in Washington

  1. 5 out of 5

    Patricia Bradley

    I loved this book. It kept me on the edge of my seat the entire time. I've only just discovered Luana Ehrlich and Titus Ray, so I have to catch up! Luana has a great voice and Titus Ray has wormed his way into my heart. The setting was so real I felt I was there, whether it was in Washington or the Middle East. The plot in this book was amazing. A sarin gas attack on Washington DC and Titus Ray and the other operatives have only a few days to stop it. There were plenty of twists and turns to kee I loved this book. It kept me on the edge of my seat the entire time. I've only just discovered Luana Ehrlich and Titus Ray, so I have to catch up! Luana has a great voice and Titus Ray has wormed his way into my heart. The setting was so real I felt I was there, whether it was in Washington or the Middle East. The plot in this book was amazing. A sarin gas attack on Washington DC and Titus Ray and the other operatives have only a few days to stop it. There were plenty of twists and turns to keep me glued to the page. I also like the tender side of Titus Ray when he was dealing with Nikki Saxon. I'm anxious to see where the romance goes. And I can't wait to read Four Weeks in Cuba!

  2. 5 out of 5

    Paul Goble

    I enjoyed the book, but now I feel obligated to decide whether to keep plunking down the $$ to buy the seemingly infinite number of sequels, or stop before I get too addicted to the series. I’m glad I didn’t wait too long since reading #2, since numerous characters and subplots continue forward. I’m beginning to really appreciate some aspects of Ehrlich’s writing. She’s not shy about repeatedly using a technique if it works; for example, each chapter ends with a single-sentence cliffhanger or fo I enjoyed the book, but now I feel obligated to decide whether to keep plunking down the $$ to buy the seemingly infinite number of sequels, or stop before I get too addicted to the series. I’m glad I didn’t wait too long since reading #2, since numerous characters and subplots continue forward. I’m beginning to really appreciate some aspects of Ehrlich’s writing. She’s not shy about repeatedly using a technique if it works; for example, each chapter ends with a single-sentence cliffhanger or foreshadowing. She has researched the right topics, so all of the technology, politics, and geography are correct or at least plausible. She keeps romance going without terminating it in a premature life commitment. And she does a great job of capturing the interactions and internal dialogs of her male characters. In this installment, Titus captures more terrorists, works to prevent a huge terrorist attack on Washington, and continues to grow as a person and as a Christian. There are a few short but sweet dog moments. There are a few very minor editing flaws (such as a missing word here or there). I caught one unrealistic element: characters were able to use cell phones within CIA headquarters. In the intelligence community, even the lowliest office of a subcontractor will make you turn in cell phones at the door, and meeting rooms are shielded against cell phone signals going in or out.

  3. 4 out of 5

    Lavern Winters

    After reading the second book, Two Days in Caracas, I had to read the next one. This author does an excellent job of character development and her plots are captivating. Titus Ray is an undercover CIA operative who became a Christian just before the beginning of the first book in the series. His spiritual growth is not the main focus of any of the stories, but, we do see how it affects his life in his job and his relationships. As Christians grow so does their reliance on God in their daily live After reading the second book, Two Days in Caracas, I had to read the next one. This author does an excellent job of character development and her plots are captivating. Titus Ray is an undercover CIA operative who became a Christian just before the beginning of the first book in the series. His spiritual growth is not the main focus of any of the stories, but, we do see how it affects his life in his job and his relationships. As Christians grow so does their reliance on God in their daily lives. The author does a wonderful job of portraying this natural progression in spiritual growth. In this book I thought that there was a little too much detail reviewing incidents in prior novels. Mention of incidents in previous books was usually relevant to the narrative, but, I felt there was a little too much rehashing of the actual events. If one had never read the prior books I can understand how the detail would help a reader understand the relationships or reactions to events. Without the detail though it would still have been a good, self contained story. Still, I enjoyed this episode in the life of Titus Ray. Action, suspense, danger and touch of romantic involvement are all in the story. The author does a good job of showing the reader what is happening, capturing the imagination, and pulling you into the story. I didn’t to want to put it down. The story is narrated by the main character and each chapter has this little wrap up at the end in which Titus makes a comment about how he thought things were going to go, but, it didn’t happen that way after all. It really does endear the reader to the character in the trials of his life. The end of the book gives a look into what Titus Ray’s assignment in the sequel will be. Though this current assignment is wrapped up there is a mini-cliff hanger of one loose end which will be the assignment of the next book. I’m not sure exactly what title it will have but it has to start with Four Months in …, and I look forward to reading it once it is published. The Titus Ray Thrillers are suitable for even younger readers. If they were a movie I’d probably rate them PG-13, if that rating is still used. All adults who enjoy a good spy novel will enjoy Three Weeks in Washington.

  4. 4 out of 5

    J.L. Rallios

    What an excellent, clean spy thriller! Mrs. Ehrlich sure tells a great story and paints it so believably! The key is that I really like the no-nonsense CIA Agent Titus Ray with his understated humor and clever instincts and moves that rival (in my mind, at least) James Bond. This adventure is ongoing from the previous thrillers: One Night in Tehran and Two Days in Caracas. In this Titus sets out to stop a terrorist biochemical attack on the nation's capital. Not a lot of action, but the pace of What an excellent, clean spy thriller! Mrs. Ehrlich sure tells a great story and paints it so believably! The key is that I really like the no-nonsense CIA Agent Titus Ray with his understated humor and clever instincts and moves that rival (in my mind, at least) James Bond. This adventure is ongoing from the previous thrillers: One Night in Tehran and Two Days in Caracas. In this Titus sets out to stop a terrorist biochemical attack on the nation's capital. Not a lot of action, but the pace of the writing, the inner conflicts, and the romance make it an easy and fast read -- and makes me want more, which is good since Four Months in Cuba takes up where this story leaves off without it being a cliffhanger. Great job, Luana Ehrlich!

  5. 4 out of 5

    Judith

    Five stars This third book in the Titus Ray series continues the adventure. As with the first two the author adeptly carries on the characters in a way that allows each book to be enjoyed individually but still leaves the reader excited to read more. My one complaint with this book was the misuse of the term "assault rifle". It is a frequent mistake and I find it very frustrating. Ideally the author will be able to remedy that in future editions. Five stars This third book in the Titus Ray series continues the adventure. As with the first two the author adeptly carries on the characters in a way that allows each book to be enjoyed individually but still leaves the reader excited to read more. My one complaint with this book was the misuse of the term "assault rifle". It is a frequent mistake and I find it very frustrating. Ideally the author will be able to remedy that in future editions.

  6. 4 out of 5

    Lorraine Meissner

    Too much confusion! I could have loved this book of I had been able to separate the characters into good and bad columns. It's quite possible it was just me but I couldn't follow who was doing what where. The story itself was a good one but I just got bogged down...like I said, it was probably just me. A few more location indicators would have helped, or perhaps a description of each character at the beginning of the book. A bit too much flip flopping of countries! Too much confusion! I could have loved this book of I had been able to separate the characters into good and bad columns. It's quite possible it was just me but I couldn't follow who was doing what where. The story itself was a good one but I just got bogged down...like I said, it was probably just me. A few more location indicators would have helped, or perhaps a description of each character at the beginning of the book. A bit too much flip flopping of countries!

  7. 5 out of 5

    Hzwarrior

    Titus Ray Thrillers These books are fantastic. I enjoying reading them and always look forward to reading the next one. They draw you in and you feel you are right there in the story and when you are finished with the last line, you have to shake yourself to bring you back to the present. My favorite kind of book. The book has action, a touch of romance, and how Titus, the character, is learning how to trust in the Lord, and how he shares his faith. Great books!!!

  8. 5 out of 5

    Kim Gregory

    I had a hard time getting through this one compared to the first two books in the series. I'm not sure why, but it moved a lot more slowly for me and I just had a hard time staying interested. This is a continuation of the first two stories and they do save the day, but we've lost Ben to a drug cartel which is where book four takes us, which is what I am on now. Overall, I am really enjoying this series and excited to keep reading. It's also clean with a Christian message. I had a hard time getting through this one compared to the first two books in the series. I'm not sure why, but it moved a lot more slowly for me and I just had a hard time staying interested. This is a continuation of the first two stories and they do save the day, but we've lost Ben to a drug cartel which is where book four takes us, which is what I am on now. Overall, I am really enjoying this series and excited to keep reading. It's also clean with a Christian message.

  9. 4 out of 5

    Michael Kansgen

    A great find I have no idea how I came upon this book series, but shortly after I started, I knew that I had found a great trilogy. These books were well written (with just a few chapters in the third book needing a bit more editing). I liked the characters and the writing style was great. Easily recommended.

  10. 5 out of 5

    Barbara Carter

    Another Titus Ray roller coaster ride! I love the way this author eludes to the next chapter or section with a little “thought”. Her writing keeps me up at night! I am SO enjoying the Titus Ray series. I may have to purchase the paperbacks. I try out authors on Kindle and buy the real author’s real books!

  11. 5 out of 5

    Dawn Trainer

    A SERRIES YOU CANNOT PUT DOWN! I loved everything about this series. This book in particular shows the harrowing experience are trusted guardians of America best face in order to protect our lives and our freedom. Mixed in with that is the Beautiful Testament of what Christ has done for us! You will not be disappointed in this book or the series!

  12. 5 out of 5

    Suzanne Tarinelli

    What a wonderful ride! I have read the first three Titus Ray thrillers in the past three days. The character development is first class. I truly felt as if I knew each of the characters personally. The start line is so easy to follow, and believe, it makes each book appear to flow into the next. Thank you Luana Ehrlich for sharing your talent with us!

  13. 5 out of 5

    Dennis Martin

    Great Action Thriller Titus finds himself caught up in a plot to poison the air around Washington DC. His task is to find the gas, and stop the perpetrators. Along the way, hie realizes that he is in love with a police woman he met in a previous adventure. But being in love in his occupation may not work. A fast-moving thriller that I couldn’t put down. ENJOY!

  14. 5 out of 5

    Denise

    'Three Weeks in Washington' was another great addition to the 'Titus Ray Thrillers'. A good, clean spy thriller. Well written and well played out. The storyline drew me in from the beginning and didn't let go. Full of action, intriguing characters and Christian message of sorts. I can't wait to read more. 'Three Weeks in Washington' was another great addition to the 'Titus Ray Thrillers'. A good, clean spy thriller. Well written and well played out. The storyline drew me in from the beginning and didn't let go. Full of action, intriguing characters and Christian message of sorts. I can't wait to read more.

  15. 5 out of 5

    Randy Tramp

    CIA officer, Ray Titus uncovers a plot to attack Washington with chemical weapons. Will his faith sustain him? Fast-moving with lots of action. I found I had to work hard to keep up with what's happening. I'm saying that as a positive element of the book. It has many layers and a depth that I like. Add the Christian element to the book, and it's great Rating: Mild for (nonsexual) violence CIA officer, Ray Titus uncovers a plot to attack Washington with chemical weapons. Will his faith sustain him? Fast-moving with lots of action. I found I had to work hard to keep up with what's happening. I'm saying that as a positive element of the book. It has many layers and a depth that I like. Add the Christian element to the book, and it's great Rating: Mild for (nonsexual) violence

  16. 5 out of 5

    Sandy Lochrie

    Titus Ray you won’t forget that name! This is my 3rd book in series. Finally a writer that can write a clean spy novel that is riveting and interesting! What gifted writer. The characters come to life. She continues to flesh them out as you continue through the series. Always learning a little more. Stories are current and believable.

  17. 5 out of 5

    Norma

    The hardest part is waiting ... The best part about Titus' story is that he doesn't sugarcoat the mistakes that are made. This really makes these books even more realistic. Can't wait for the next adventure. The hardest part is waiting ... The best part about Titus' story is that he doesn't sugarcoat the mistakes that are made. This really makes these books even more realistic. Can't wait for the next adventure.

  18. 5 out of 5

    Sherry Ledet

    This was a good series that encluded Two Days in Caracas and One Night in Tehran. This whole series is very good. It was the first time I had read any work by Luana Ehrlich but I will look for others. Her characters are well defined and her stories kept me turning pages.

  19. 4 out of 5

    Bradleyjeep

    Great spy novel Loved this third installment of the Titus Ray series. Well developed characters, exciting action and wonderful locations around the world. I look forward to the next book!

  20. 5 out of 5

    James W. Tucker

    Couldn't lay it down. Great story line and loved the characters. Spiritual inserts were appropriate to the story and did not feel like I was being proselytized. Hope all of our security agencies recruit more folks like the ones portrayed in the book. Couldn't lay it down. Great story line and loved the characters. Spiritual inserts were appropriate to the story and did not feel like I was being proselytized. Hope all of our security agencies recruit more folks like the ones portrayed in the book.

  21. 5 out of 5

    Becky

    I like Titus Ray more and more with each book! He’s not your typical James Bond, 007, but he’s still somewhat of a maverick. The spy “game” has much more to do with dull administrative plans and human foibles in this story, which makes it much more believable.

  22. 4 out of 5

    Nancy L. Toole

    Another great book! This author's books just keep getting better and better! Well developed characters, fresh story line , suspenseful and romantic...all with the message of God's salvation as the focal point. Fantastic. Another great book! This author's books just keep getting better and better! Well developed characters, fresh story line , suspenseful and romantic...all with the message of God's salvation as the focal point. Fantastic.

  23. 4 out of 5

    Sandy

    Three Weeks in Washington:A Titus Ray Thriller Another excellent novel in the Titus Ray series about international crime and the agents who investigate it. A little romance and a few surprises thrown in keep the reader's interest and enjoyment high. Three Weeks in Washington:A Titus Ray Thriller Another excellent novel in the Titus Ray series about international crime and the agents who investigate it. A little romance and a few surprises thrown in keep the reader's interest and enjoyment high.

  24. 4 out of 5

    Kim

    Titus Luana Ehrlich excels with inspirational espionage that vacuums readers into a time warp. Avoid reading near bedtime and you'll be glad to have an uninterrupted chance to complete this edition. I look forward to more in this series. Titus Luana Ehrlich excels with inspirational espionage that vacuums readers into a time warp. Avoid reading near bedtime and you'll be glad to have an uninterrupted chance to complete this edition. I look forward to more in this series.

  25. 5 out of 5

    Marcia

    They just keep getting better I thought originally I would take a break from Titus Ray, but as the cliffhanger at the end of this one, I was pulled into the next book in this series! The action keeps going as I get to know the main characters in more detail.

  26. 5 out of 5

    Bruce D.

    A Titus Ray thriller searching for stolen has canisters Another good story with Titus Ray and his cohorts searching for stolen sarin gas canisters, involving the Mexican cartel, Hezbollah, and other unsavory characters. Well written. I enjoyed this story.

  27. 5 out of 5

    C

    Wonderful I really love being able to read an exciting plot without using to skip profanity and sex scenes. It isn't even more wistful to read Titus' testimony as a part of his life events. Keep up the good work! Wonderful I really love being able to read an exciting plot without using to skip profanity and sex scenes. It isn't even more wistful to read Titus' testimony as a part of his life events. Keep up the good work!

  28. 4 out of 5

    Sarah Wright

    Normally, my preferred genre is fantasy. However, I have found the Titus Ray books hard to put down! My favorite part is the humor! I have found myself laughing out loud more than once. Thanks for a great read!

  29. 4 out of 5

    Daryl Allen

    Excellent This was a continuation from the other books which keeps me wanting to know more about Titus Ray. Liens Ehrlich is an outstanding author who keeps you sitting on the edge of your seat. Plus her books are clean reading.

  30. 5 out of 5

    Aimee Tourville

    Love this series! The Titus Ray character & it's development is very believable. The story lines are very quick moving & action packed. Can't wait for book #4. Love this series! The Titus Ray character & it's development is very believable. The story lines are very quick moving & action packed. Can't wait for book #4.

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