An Action Thriller

With Christian Redemption. 

Destroy by Jihad or

Transform by Grace?

“Riveting book!! Uncanny how so much in this book relates to today’s events. Parker Hudson has an amazing ability to write fiction that directly corresponds to current happenings even before they happened. Even though the story is heavy, there is redemption and the beauty of God’s love and grace are evident. The last 80 pages or so I could not put the book down! Waiting for a sequel.” – Jane Hyatt

Enemy In The Room is a fast paced geo-political thriller with a Christian worldview, intersected by the fateful choices of a modern prodigal daughter. An American CEO is secretly committed to killing the President and destroying the nation. His employees are unwittingly carrying out his plans. The threads are woven together with explosive actions and crisscrossed relationships. The characters confront high tech theft, internet spying, lies, jihad, betrayal, and redemption.

354 pages, Edge Press.

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Praise for Enemy in The Room

Parker Hudson has crafted a thriller that delves into the dark side of our high tech culture with its temptations of money and power, while at the same time espousing courage and integrity. The result: a page turner you will not be able to put down!

Susan & John Yates

I could relate to every element of the story. The book gets five stars. I loved the conversations. The ending is exciting. I recommend this book to everyone!

Kathy Paparelli

Having read Parker’s previous books, this one did not disappoint. What a story! Or is it? As you read Enemy In The Room, you will have to remind yourself that this is a work of fiction. The storyline takes current events and situations and weaves a path towards what could be. You must read!

Carla & Roy Smith


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 Order of Books

1) On The Edge 2) The President 3) Enemy In The Room 4) Nation On The Edge

While each novel has its own stand-alone story threads, and they can be read in any order, several key characters do repeat across all four books.

In Nation On The Edge, most of the characters from On The Edge repeat, only they are twenty-five years older.