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Uri is a mirror of some of the real heroes of Israel who covertly devote their lives in defense of their nation.
A great read for anyone.
After a massacre of children in Los Angeles Jewish day school authorities bring from FBI agent Lara Edmond and Mossad agent Uri Levin to help out. Lara tries to investigate Muslim clerics by answering on-line ads for a “blond wife”, while Uri plays an escaped terrorist to infiltrate whoever is causing the chaos.
When I got Devil in False Colors by Jack Winnick I did not know this was part of a series, however this is a standalone book and I enjoyed it nonetheless. I enjoyed the plot and Mr. Winnick’s writing, there are many twists and it is obvious that the author did his research.
The characters in the novel are interesting and genuine, the author builds them in a quick, precise manner which lets the reader understand their motivations and care about them. The novel has intrigue, mystery, suspense, and a few twists here and there just to keep you on your toes.
The novel does a good job informing the reader how terrorist organizations develop and the threats they pose to Americans and American interests. I also enjoyed the way Mr. Winnick writes about equipment and weapons. As a former gun owner I never said I have a “gun”, but a “Zig” or a “Jericho” but never a generic term.
The novel was a fast, quick and interesting read providing a fascinating narrative to disturbing events. Even though this is a work of fiction, the reader might come out with some insights about the Middle East.