"The Masada Complex" unveils a chilling scenario. Its hero is Masada El-Tal, a beautiful Israeli expatriate, currently an investigative reporter in Arizona. Her exposure of a bribe payment causes a disgraced U.S. senator to commit suicide. Angered by Israel's supposed culpability, an angry Congress moves to terminate all military aid to the Jewish state. At the same time, someone repeatedly attempts to assassinate Masada, whose relentless investigation becomes a race against time, leading to a shocking discovery and a spectacular climax.
Initial reviews for the novel have been enthusiastic:
-"A first-rate thriller with exciting plot twists and engaging characters. Every page brims with gritty authenticity. 'The Masada Complex' is a genuine treat for readers who love thrillers with a realistic, international flavor." --David Liss, author of "The Whiskey Rebels" and "Conspiracy of Paper," winner of Edgar.
-"As good as DeMille and Follett! 'The Masada Complex' delivers fast paced, brilliant plot, unforgettable characters and a mesmerizing premise. Terrific!" --Stephen J. Wall, author of "The Morning After" and "On the Fly."
-"'The Masada Complex' is a riveting portrayal of global intrigue; investigative reporter Masada El-Tal is a hard-hitting IDF veteran who pursues her diabolical enemies to the ends of the earth in her unfathomable quest - to uncover the truth!" --Stella Pope Duarte, author of "If I Die in Juaréz" and "Women who Live in Coffee Shops and Other Stories," winner of the 2009 American Book Award.
Drawing on his deep roots in both Israel and America, Azrieli explores what would be a nightmarish situation for the Jewish state and its future. "Like Stephen King, who said that he imagines horrifying situations in the hope they will never actually happen, I found myself speculating," Azrieli says. "What if a scandal drove a deadly wedge between the United States and Israel? How could it happen? Who would do it? How far would the crisis go? From these questions came 'The Masada Complex.'"
"The Masada Complex" is available for sale at Amazon.com and other channels.
About the Author:
Avraham Azrieli served honorably as an Intelligence-Corps officer in the Middle East before attending Columbia Law School in New York. He has appeared on radio and TV programs, and is a frequent public speaker. His previous books are "Your Lawyer on a Short Leash" and "One Step Ahead - a Mother of Seven Escaping Hitler." When he is not writing, he rides an enduro motorcycle through back-country terrain.
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