Devil in False Colors by Jack Winnick

This was a very intense story. I sometimes had some trouble following the story since I really don’t know a lot about the Muslim faith or about the different middle eastern countries. I loved the characters that were featured. I did not want to put the book down during the most intense portions. This kept me on my toes. I really liked Uri and Lara. This did teach me a little about some of the differences in the Muslim culture. I received a copy of this book from Smith publicity for a fair and honest opinion which I gave of my own free will.

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A vicious attack on a Jewish school in California spawns an international chase for the criminals. FBI agent Lara Edmond teams up again with Mossad assassin Uri Levin as the scope of the terror widens.

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