Israel becomes a theocratic military dictatorship in a captivating suspense novel
A divorcée history professor and peace activist, Rinat Gal finds herself involved in a passionate love affair with Gavrush, a married settler. When a secret cabal conspires to change the face of the country, Rinat cannot escape the notion that she is more involved than she realized. Following a violent coup, as Israel transforms into a theocratic military dictatorship, Rinat discovers that her lover plays a leading role in the cabal and decides to take desperate actions.
Will Israel cease to be the only democracy in the Middle East?
Ten years after its publication, Code Blue is realistic and relevant than ever before. Zvika Amit convincingly describes the transformation of Israel from democracy to a theocratic fascist regime. With a masterful eye, Amit weaved a sophisticated and reliable plot that confronts the foundation of the Israeli society. A convincing, frightful, and stimulating thriller that delivers a chilling and realistic representation of a probable scenario.
Israeli bestseller that aroused vigor public debate
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The truth about human history is about to be revealed. . . But will we be allowed to know it? For thousands of years the truth about human history has intentionally been suppressed and exploited. For decades scholars have been saying that the truth about human history will be found inside the Great Pyramid of Giza, but up till now no one has ever been able to find it. Those who tried have been ridiculed and persecuted.
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The Flying Frog Takes on the Kidnappers: An adventure for children 9-14, teens and mystery lovers (The Flying Frog series book 2)
In the book The Flying Frog Takes on the Kidnappers, you will read more about the adventures of Quack the frog, who we met in the first book in the series. Quack is an extraordinary frog. His eyes are an unusual color, and he also knows how to talk in a special language which only children understand.
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In Nell Lillington’s small Midwestern town of the 1870s, marriage is the obvious fate of a young woman of some social standing. Yet Nell is determined to elude the duties and restrictions of matrimony. So when she finds herself pregnant at the age of 17, she refuses to divulge the name of the father and even her childhood friend Martin is kept in the dark.
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When a business trip to Romania turns to a crazily funny travel romance. A businessman is sent to Romania to find a plot for a new hotel. When he is pointed to a small Transylvanian village, a wild and funny plot unravels.