"An exhilarating spy novel that offers equal amounts of ingenuity and intrigue.” – Kirkus
From its terrifying start in the night skies of Afghanistan to its stunning end in the Paris terrorist attacks, Assassins is the true story of the last thirty years’ war between Islam and the West. Based on the author’s experiences in the Middle East and his knowledge of Islamic operations worldwide, Assassins reveals this unending war through the eyes of an American commando, a French woman doctor, an Afghani terrorist, a Russian major, a British woman journalist, and a top CIA operative.
Drop by parachute into the deadly mountains of Afghanistan, fight door to door in the bloody cities of Iraq and the lethal deserts of Syria, the Sinai and North Africa, know the terror of battle inside a Russian tank, feel the power of love when at any instant you both can die – it’s all there, all real, in Assassins.
Did the Saudi government finance 9/11? Did GW Bush let Osama bin Laden escape Afghanistan and then lie about Weapons of Mass Destruction in Iraq? Did Obama’s decision to leave Iraq cause the rise of ISIS and its worldwide fanaticism?
It’s all there, all real, in Assassins.
Multiple thrillers, three love stories, and a dissection of our present geopolitical tragedies, Assassins is also a meditation on the deepest duties of a warrior toward those he loves, those he commands, and the nation he serves.