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By Jeff Rovin

Tom Clancy and Steve Pieczenik are approximately to claim battle at the pageant. . . . THE OBJECTIVE:
A fourth consecutive New York occasions bestseller for Tom Clancy's Op-Center
THE undefined:

A blockbuster mystery armed with state-of-the-art know-how (a.k.a. every little thing a Clancy fan wants)
A SLAM-DUNK In Tom Clancy's all-new, unique novel, OP- heart: Acts of War, Syrian terrorists have attacked a dam contained in the borders of Turkey, threatening the water offer in their very native land. it isn't madness, however the first step in a deceptively basic plan: to strength all-out battle within the center East.

What they don't comprehend is new neighborhood Op-Center is now online in Greece, and its staff can see precisely what the rebels try to do. yet those terrorists are extra imaginative than somebody thinks.

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Friends of yours,” was the man’s cryptic answer. ” she asked. “I can’t discuss it over the phone. ” They arranged to meet in the afternoon after Sylvia finished work, at Café Hadley on Judah Halevi Street in Tel Aviv. Gadi, whose real name was Moti Kfir, the commander of Unit 188’s School for Special Operations, was waiting for Sylvia at the rear of the café at the appointed time, at a table for two a bit isolated from the other tables. Sylvia entered the café, took a quick glance around, and immediately approached him, guessing that he was the man who had invited her to meet with him.

Although teaching occupied a major part of her life, she felt unfulfilled. Constantly searching for something more challenging, she consulted with friends and went to job interviews, but turned down offers that seemed beneath her abilities. She continued working as a teacher, wondering if this was all she was capable of contributing to the country. Her work no longer interested her, and the months were flying by. She thought that if no opportunities presented themselves soon, she might just as well return to South Africa, get married, and raise a family.

His mother had hidden under her clothes considerable sums of money left by her husband, part of which he 24 Sylvia Rafael had collected from robbing British institutions and blackmailing prominent Arabs who had not cooperated with him. His widow was aware that Hassan had also received large sums from the Mufti of Jerusalem with which to purchase arms, distribute monetary incentives among his men, and bribe British officers to spare him from being tried as a terrorist. She had no way of knowing how much remained out of the sum of her husband’s fortune, but there was enough left hidden in the metal box buried in their yard to finance her family’s needs indefinitely.

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