The Dubai Betrayal
by Jeremy Burns
on Tour June 1-30, 2016
Now Wayne and his team are on a collision course with unseen forces that seem to be manipulating world powers toward a devastating conclusion. With a nuclear apocalypse just hours away, the operatives must confront a new kind of jihad, one that breaks all the rules of warfare and terrorism.
But all of the players may not be what they seem, and with no one left to trust, the newly founded team must lean on each other to navigate the glittering heights and hidden depths of one of the world's most fascinating cities and infiltrate a centuries-old shadow war raging within Islam itself. As the twists and betrayals mount, it soon becomes clear that unless Wayne and his men can recover the ambassador and the secret she holds in time, the terrorists' enigmatic paymaster may get exactly what he wants: an all-consuming world war from which America and her allies would never recover.
Book Details:Genre: Thriller Published by: The Story Plant Publication Date: May 2016 Number of Pages: 346 ISBN: 1611881331 (ISBN13: 9781611881332) Purchase Links:
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Author Bio:Jeremy Burns lived and worked in Dubai for two years, conduct- ing first-hand research in many of the locations featured in The Dubai Betrayal and immersing himself in a variety of Middle Eastern cultures. His first book, From the Ashes, introduced Wayne Wilkins and is a two-time #1 category bestseller on Ama- zon, with more than 95,000 total ebook copies downloaded to date. A seasoned traveler who has explored more than twenty countries across four continents, he lives in Florida with his wife and two dogs, where he is working on his next book.
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This is one of those books that you can get lost in and not want to put down. It is a fast read with a great cross country thrill ride. What one country will do to save their ambassador is as much as another country will do to keep her secrets. I liked that the ambassador was a woman, usually it is men that are kidnapped cross country. My favorite part were the gadgets. I LOVED the high tech gear that was being used, The author's knowledge of the Middle East was obvious to me, because of all the information that he included in the story. He was able to include real situations sin his plot,. and they flowed together nicely, I can not wait to read the next book by this author to read about more gadgets! I am giving this book a 5/5. All opinions are my own.