George Jonas was born in Budapest, Hungary, in 1935. Following the Hungarian uprising of 1956, he emigrated to Canada. In addition to fourteen books, three of which have become national and international bestsellers, Jonas has written for The Wall Street Journal, The Chicago Sun-Times, and other publications. In 1978, he won the Edgar Allan Poe Award for Best True Crime.
I guess the leadership of the Israeli black ops is not as idealist as I imagined.Published 3 months ago by Julia Malakoff
A truly fascinating real-life story of the Israeli response to the '72 Munich Olympics Massacre, and its toll on Avner and his team. Read morePublished 4 months ago by grace
I got this,book in 2012, I loved it. My favorite movies besides American sniper is sword of Gideon and Munich. Read morePublished 4 months ago by chris
The book arrived on time and was as described in posting, except cover was missing. It was very informative and answered certain questions.Published 5 months ago by Cyrus
This is one of the most exciting "true" stories I have read in quite some time. The experiences of the characters as they engaged
in killing the planners and... Read more
This is a book that is unlike anything you have ever read. It is the true story of the head of the Israeli HIT SQUAD that assassinated most of the Black September (PLO) Arab... Read morePublished 7 months ago by Detective