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The Watchman's File by [Lando, Barry M.]
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“Ed, look. Something has happened. It’s about your country and mine. It’s serious—believe me. Come!" Ed Diamond, reporter for “Focus”, America's preeminent TV news show, is summoned urgently to Israel by an old friend, Dov Ben-Ami, formerly a top official of Israel's Mossad. But before they can meet, a terrorist bomb blows Dov apart. Determined to discover why the Israeli was killed, Diamond embarks on the most astonishing investigation he’s ever undertaken. From the Dead Sea to the Old City of Jerusalem, to Tel Aviv and Paris, Washington and New York, he unravels an on-going mystery that began with the nefarious links between America’s greatest corporations and Hitler’s Third Reich. In the end, Ed attempts to thwart a deadly terrorist attack targeting Manhattan.

He’s pitted against one of the U.S.'s most powerful families and a fanatical group of right-wing Israelis, ready to kill to protect a World War II intelligence coup that is still Israel's most potent weapon and most closely guarded secret, "The Watchman's File."

About the Author

Barry M. Lando spent 25 years as an Emmy-award winning investigative producer with "60 Minutes." He also produced a documentary on Saddam Hussein that was shown around the world, and wrote a non-fiction bestseller on Iraq, "Web of Deceit." He writes regularly on international affairs, particularly the Middle East.

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  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • File Size: 1958 KB
  • Print Length: 321 pages
  • Page Numbers Source ISBN: 1456468502
  • Sold by: Amazon Australia Services, Inc.
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B00FJBMKDU
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