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Stateless - Alan Gold
eBook Published: 1st December 2014
ISBN: 9781922052865
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In this next thrilling story from Alan Gold and Mike Jones, we meet Shalman, a freedom-fighter turned peacenik and archaeologist, and his young beautiful wife, Judit, a refugee from the horrors of Stalin’s USSR.

As the Second World War draws to a close, and the world begins to learn the truth about Hitler’s genocide, the foundation of the State of Israel as a permanent home for what’s left of the Jewish people becomes increasingly urgent. In Palestine, Arab and Jewish forces fight each other and the British for supremacy and the right to own the land, causing a nightmare environment of hatred and suspicion.

But a deeply buried global conspiracy, which has its origin in Stalin’s Russia, seeks to undermine Israel’s future as an independent nation. A plot to fashion the fledgling nation as a puppet of the Soviet Union rests upon a handful of committed Jewish Communists, led secretly by Judit. But is she a heartless assassin, a disciple of the evils of Beria and the Kremlin, or a committed fusion of Zionist and Communist?

And in the darkest recesses of ancient history, we meet Shalman’s ancestors, themselves descendants of the builders of Solomon’s Temple. As the family escapes the nightmare of the Roman occupation of Jerusalem, it witnesses the glories of the Islamic renaissance in Baghdad and the rampages of the Crusaders through the region.

Another exciting instalment in this story of the births of nations and of the strength of their people.

ISBN: 9781922052865
ISBN-10: 1922052868
Audience: General
Format: ePUB
Language: English
Number Of Pages: 480
Published: 1st December 2014
Publisher: Simon & Schuster Australia
Country of Publication: AU

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