The Capture of Osama Bin Laden

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AuthorHouse, Jul 31, 2007 - Fiction - 156 pages

Kelly Englewood was raised by her mother Christina Harrison, a news reporter in Afghanistan who is captured by Osama bin Laden.  Christina is released from his harem and is brought back to the United States. She discovers that she has become pregnant by Osama.  She, then, marries Leonardo Englewood, who Kelly believes to be her father until age 13 when her mother tells her who her real father is.  She questions her mother’s validity and still calls Leonardo dad.  Kelly tries earnestly to reach Osama by letters.  After he writes back to her for her to meet him at the Sacramento State Capitol, Leonardo and Kelly become suspicious that he is planning another terrorist attack.  Leonardo and Kelly turn in the letters to the FBI. Osama is captured while he is visiting Kelly by national helicopter and imprisoned by the National Guard. He is executed via President Bush’s order.  In the novel, justice is served on the victims of the Septemeber 11, 2001 attacks.

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Reporting In Afghanistan
Kelly Is Born
Blooming Childhood
Sweet Revenge
Mr Peabody Is Back Again
Nancy Off The Hook
Mr Carpenters Secret
The Truth About Mrs Carpenter
Childhood Chums
Death Lingers
Stormy Marriage
The Capture Of Osama Bin Laden
The Real World Opens Up
Kelly Grows Up
Kelly Has A Baby In A Unique Way
Chapter XVIIII Junior Grows Up

Mr Carpenter Questioned
Mr Carpenter Changes His Mind
Kelly And Nancy Reunited
The Death Of Osama Bin Laden
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