On a midwinter day at a local delicatessen in Chicago, a bomb is suddenly detonated, destroying the establishment and taking the lives of thirteen innocent people. It quickly becomes apparent that the explosion was a planned mission of terror. Alon Levy, a combat hardened Israeli Mossad commander and a recognized authority on international terrorism, arrives in Chicago to care for his son, who lost his arm in the explosion. Soon, Alon is approached by the FBI to act as a consultant on the case. But Alon immediately takes on a more active role--and he's not overly concerned about operating outside the parameters of the existing authorities. He soon uncovers facts that make this case more involved than previously thought. Follow the twists and turns of this story to discover what really happened that day.
|Publisher:||Charles R. Young|
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About the Author
Charles R. Young is a practicing podiatrist in Michigan with forty-one years of private and hospital practice experience. In addition to teaching at a major community hospital, he is an adjunct professor at both the Michigan State Osteopathic School of Medicine and the Kent State University College of Podiatric Medicine. Charles also enjoys writing fiction: short stories, novellas, and novels. He has taught an adult education class on the fundamentals of creative writing.