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"First, the 'Saturday People', and then the ...," is a geopolitical thriller that quickly transports readers from the Midwestern United States to the Middle East. International nuclear terror, once thought a remote hypothetical, will become a frightening reality as rogue agents within the U. S. State Department conspire with known Middle East terrorist organizations. Within this backdrop, and following a tragic auto accident, Jon Wolf will learn of his wife's hidden passions; and Mehmet, a retired F.B.I. agent of Palestinian descent will discover an opportunity to patch his long estranged relationship with his daughter, Malak. All the while, the two men must overcome individual prejudices before solving a mysterious puzzle, capable of violently altering the balance of power in the Middle East. Time and again, Mehmet will wrestle with his reservations about whether endangered Jews are worth the risks his involvement may place upon his daughter, Malak, and grandchild, Eryn. Yet, a reverberating Holocaust question from young Eryn ultimately pushes him onward. "I hope you find this story as interesting to read, as I found it to write." Bruce Portnoy, Author
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"Within the backdrop of a Middle East nuclear terror plot, three love stories evolve." To my readers, "I hope you find this story as interesting to read, as I found it to research and write." Bruce Portnoy, AuthorReview:
A riveting read from first page to last, "First, the 'Saturday People', and then the ..." is exceptionally well written with all manner of plot twists and turns. Clearly establishing author Bruce Portnoy as a novelist of considerable originality and story telling skills, "First, the 'Saturday People', and then the..." is very highly recommended for community library General Fiction collections. For personal reading lists it should be noted that "First, the 'Saturday People', and then the..." is also available in a Kindle edition --MIDWEST BOOK REVIEW
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