The Palestinian Caper: A Black Ops Thriller

The Palestinian Caper: A Black Ops Thriller

by Bill Burke


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The clandestine operations of American CIA Agent Patrick O'Leary and Israeli Mossad Agent Zivah Benjamin continue in this stand-alone sequel to The Persian Caper.
After their teams successfully exposed and ocumented the Iranian nuclear weapons program, as related in The Persian Caper, a plan was devised by the CIA to eliminate the Iranian threat.
O'Leary was subsequently assigned to Mossad as a liaison officer in Tel Aviv and the infatuated couple continue their deadly adventures battling terrorists in the West Bank and Gaza Strip territories in The Palestinian Caper. But even as the Mossad Special Ops teams hunted the enemy, they were targeted themselves by the most vicious and skilled enemy agents who relentlessly sought violent revenge for the Persian Caper success.
This fast-moving thriller draws a sense of uthenticity drawn from the author's extensive Middle East background -both military and industrial-- replete with vivid details on cuisine,
sights, aromas and customs of the diverse Palestinian population.

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781596300897
Publisher: Beachhouse Books
Publication date: 12/22/2013
Pages: 150
Product dimensions: 5.51(w) x 8.50(h) x 0.32(d)

About the Author

Bill Burke is a retired corporate executive and a freelance writer who has visited many of the locations mentioned in his stories, and he thoroughly enjoyed residing in Persia with his wife before the advent of the Ayatollah Ruhollah
Khomeini Islamic Revolution and the subsequent downfall of the Shah.
He lived and worked in France for one and one-half years during the 1950s while in the U.S.
military, and in Iran for one year during the 1970s, working for an American private sector firm. A seasoned traveler, he has visited 51 countries and all of the U.S. states. He earned
Associate in Arts, Bachelor of Science, and Master of Business Administration degrees.
Mister Burke's published works include one novel, The Persian Caper (BeachHouse Books, 2011), and three nonfiction books:
Adventures in the Middle East, Near East, and North Africa (Publish America, 2004), Odyssey from Iran (Publish America, 2007), and My Army Days: Hup, Toop, Threep, Fourp! (Publish America, 2009). His short stories and articles have appeared in national periodicals and regional and local newsletters during the past 20 years.

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