by John Hamilton Lewis


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BASHA is a brilliantly written thriller rooted in ancient Middle East hatreds of identity and blood loyalties. Set in the world of elite professional tennis, BASHA is charged with the fiercely competitive nature of professional sports and the dangers of terrorism.

It is the story of Ben Weizman, who has grown up believing his blood parents were killed by Palestinian terrorists. He's handsome, talented and destined to become one of the greats of the game. Nothing seems to be standing in his way of marrying Jenny, the love of his life, and becoming the number one player in the world. Nothing except the terrible secret his adopted father, Amon Weizman, has kept from him since he was five years old.

Basha, an international terrorist, suddenly appears and powerful members of the Jewish community begin to die. The already simmering Middle East begins to boil and CIA Station Chief Grant Corbet is charged with tracking Basha down. In a deadly race against time, Grant hunts the illusive killer only to see his worst nightmare realized.

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781930754157
Publisher: Durban House Press, Incorporated
Publication date: 03/01/2002
Pages: 305
Product dimensions: 6.26(w) x 8.60(h) x 0.93(d)

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Baron R. Birtcher

"Totally plausible. BASHA is a topflight thriller from an author who really know his stuff."
—(Baron R. Birtcher, author of Ruby Tuesday)

Kevin Postupack

"Superbly crafted. A gripping tale that's sure to keep readers on the edge of their seats."
—(Kevin Postupack, author of The Serial Killer's Diet Book)

Jeff Kreider

"I loved OPAL EYE DEVIL. I haven't felt such "sense of culture", history and place since reading SHOGUN."
—(Jeff Kreider, author of Book Orphanage)

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