Book Reviews of Mayhem

Author: Paul Henke
ISBN-13: 9781902483023
ISBN-10: 1902483022
Publication Date: 11/4/2000

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Publisher: Good Read Publishing
Book Type: Paperback
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From the back of book: Isreal faces imminent destruction, nuclear Armageddon. A series of kidnaps, bombings and senseless murders have left her isolated from all her allies and threatened by enemies of old. Unknown to all but a few, the situation has been orchestrated by multimillionare Zionist, Samuel Dayan. His vision of a Greater Isreal will be carved from the charred ruins of the Middle East...But Dayan is up against the international anti-terrorist organisation, TIFAT, and our indomitable hero Nick Hunter. The age-old struggle of Good against Evil, author Paul Henke adds state of the art communications technology and compuerised warfare. In a desparate race against time, Hunter and his hand picked specialists deploy satellite intelligence and high tech weaponry to track Dayan to his lair. Henke's political astuteness, naval background and ability as a military strategist all add a natural authority to his narrative. However, as a storyteller, his consummate skill draws us inexorably into this tale of intrique. His dry, sardonic style is eminently suited to a plot which twists and turns in a series of set-backs, betrayals and mind blowing developments. Myriad minor characters deserve storylines of their own. Relentlessly building with tension, Henke strips his hero Hunter of all resources but those within himself-knowledge born of experience and the inability to give up. He simply cannot fail....