The Taba ConventioneBook - 2011
One of the most exciting breakout action novels of the year, The Taba Convention by Stephen W. Ayers is the first book in the Jordan Kline series. Filled with surprising twists and turns as well as incredible insight into the Middle East, Ayers' plot confronts the deadly goals of radical Muslims and the mission of right wing Jews. With the future of the Middle East uncertain, readers are kept guessing until the unforeseen climax of this relentless international whodunit. Disillusioned with the continual bloodletting over the years, Mossad operative Jordan Kline resigns and pursues a new career in hotel management. Managing the Sands hotel in the Red Sea resort town of Eilat, Jordan enjoys a restful life together with his girlfriend. The calm is shattered when one of Jordan's former colleagues is murdered and Jordan is drawn back into a violent past where enemy lines are obscured and zealots run the show. Reluctantly, though with incredible loyalty to his fallen comrade, Jordan begins to unravel a deadly conspiracy that threatens to further engulf the Middle East in war. Through this tyrannical maze he becomes the most hunted man in Israel. Forced to use all his cunning wit and stamina, Jordan must stay one step ahead of men that kill to fulfill deadly ambitions on both sides of the fence. As time runs out and the historic date of the convention in Taba Egypt approaching, Jordan will discover new frontline enemies and old ones he never knew existed. Saving the day has never been so deadly.
Publisher: [United States] : BookBaby : Made available through hoopla, 2011.
Branch Call Number: eBook hoopla
Characteristics: 1 online resource