A Story Exploring Both Sides of Fate
Free-lance writer Zach Miller doesn’t mind going the extra mile for a good story, but 7,500 miles is a bit more than he bargained for. Nevertheless, when his closest friend fortuitously points the way to Israel, reluctantly he goes.
In the caldron of intrigue, politics, and terrorism that is the modern Middle East, Zach uncovers a plot—one that potentially threatens the lives of perhaps millions. His problem? There are two sides to every coin, and at least two sides in every war. But in this kind of conflict, information is a commodity, and misinformation, a weapon. Zach might be the unexpected emissary, the man with an answer, but sadly, neither side trusts him. Worse still, both sides will do anything in their power to stop him. Far from home, in a strange and at times incomprehensible land, Zach has no resources other than his own ingenuity…and a desire to be on the side of truth. That might be too tall an order in an encounter where both combatants are dead certain that there is only one truth: theirs.
Mistaken Enemy, the first of the Zach Miller Stories, is a heart-racing account of hate, revenge and destiny, ultimately testing the boundaries of human love and will.
The authors research and knowledge of the Middle East shines through as he understands both sides of the religious coins and the traditions of the people who live there. In places it was difficult for me but with the descriptions and explanations I understand the storyline.
An excellent thriller with twists and turns in every chapter based in a volatile area were extreme rules and the ultimate game is to survive. The storyline is current and fresh and relays just how fragile human behaviour is and the devastating effect one mans thought can have on the whole world. A very physiological read with deep meaning to peoples actions as a result of their beliefs and culture. This will appeal to history, cultural and thrillers readers and everyone will learn from this book.
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