A New York synagogue is leveled by an explosion on Yom Kippur. Hundreds are killed and maimed. An investigation indicates Jewish members were responsible. But were they? Simultaneously, the threat of an organized Muslim Brotherhood attack on Israel looms on the horizon. FBI agent Lara Edmond and Mossad field agent, Uri Levin, lead characters in Winnick's debut novel, East Wind, are assigned the dangerous task of solving this new attempt to stop the U.S. from providing aid to Israel.
PRAISE FOR WINNICK'S FIRST NOVEL, EAST WIND
In the genre of international spy thrillers from Daniel Silva and Vince Flynn, Jack Winnick's East Wind is a fast-paced, page-turner novel involving a credible scenario: Muslim terrorists have penetrated the U.S., detonated one small nuclear dirty bomb in a major U.S. city and are threatening further attacks if the U.S. does not cease its support for Israel.
- Lee Bender, Philadelphia Jewish Voice
Only from an engineer with over 40 years of experience in nuclear and chemical engineering could an international terror plot thriller be so detailed and effective.
- Gerard Casale, Jr., Shofar Magazine
A riveting thriller with real world connections, East Wind is a fine read, and highly recommended.
- Midwest Book Review
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About the Author
Prof. Winnick has traveled to the Mideast as project director on interactive research between the US and Arab countries. He has written one other novel based on US-Arab relations: "East Wind." Invited editorials based on the Mideast situation, authored solely by Winnick, have appeared in many prestigious periodicals, including front-page pieces in the Washington-based political daily, "The Hill."
He can be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org or via his Amazon webpage.