Thursday, January 2, 2014

"Aim True, My Brothers," a thriller by William Brown

Aim True, My Brothers: A Political Action Thriller, by William Brown
287 pages, with a 5.0-star rating from 22 reviews

"Top notch! Grabs your interest from the first pages. When a Middle Eastern terrorist decides to bring destruction to the U. S. government, a maverick FBI agent is challenged to find and stop him from carrying out his diabolical plan. But it is complicated by the fact the good guys don't know what the terrorist is planning nor even his location. The hunt is on for this deadly and ruthless rattlesnake of a terrorist. The hunters are a mismatched bunch: FBI nonconformist agents, an Egyptian diplomat, and a deadly, female Israeli Mossad agent who is really not one of the good guys. This is more than a political action thriller. Politics and terrorism converge in a suspense filled action drama. Descriptions of places, people, and combat actions bring the reader directly into the story. You'll want to read this novel." -- Amazon reviewer

A contemporary, political action thriller novel set in Washington DC and Virginia, when Middle East terrorism explodes on American shores. Ibrahim Al-Bari is a highly skilled Hamas commander who has battled and killed Americans throughout Iraq and Afghanistan. After losing two brothers and a sister in a bloody attack on a civilian bus in Israel, Al-Bari decides that fighting US surrogates in far-away places is a futile waste of Palestinian blood. "To kill a snake, you must go to its lair and cut off its head," he says, as he decides to take his war private war and strike at the heart of the American government itself. No simple man with a rifle in a book depository window; when Al-Bari strikes, he will unleash an old weapon that will take out the President and many other national and international leaders in a dramatic, fiery attack on national television. In this fast-paced murder mystery, trying to find him and stop him, is Eddie Rankin, a maverick FBI agent, who has never met a rule he couldn't break; Moustapha 'Mouse' Khalidi, the smooth, urbane Chief of Security at the Egyptian Embassy in Washington; and Rachel Ullman, a hard-edged, female Israeli Mossad agent, counter-terror specialist, and killer, who lost her own family to a suicide bomber. The question is, with their personal frictions and contradictory orders, can this temporary, dysfunctional alliance hold together long enough to catch Al-Bari before they kill each other -- and the clock is ticking.

If you like good fiction books, put this new fast-moving, action adventure mystery thriller in your Cart. It is from the author of The Undertaker, Amongst My Enemies, Thursday at Noon, and Winner Lose All. Enjoy!

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Meet the Author

I am the author of 6 mystery and suspense novels, four of which have been released as e-books to date.

Aim True, My Brothers, my newest, was released on October 30 and already has 16 Five Star! Reviews out of 17, a 4.9 average. It is a contemporary, American political action thriller, as Middle East terrorism explodes on American shores. Ibrahim Al-Bari is a skilled Hamas commander who has battled Americans in Iraq and Afghanistan and now takes his private war to the heart of the American government itself -- and the clock is ticking.

The Undertaker, is a snarky, fun, fast-paced domestic thriller with a slug of humor, romance, and stark terror! Someone with a sharp scalpel and an embalming table is planting bodies und other people's names. If Pete Talbott doesn't stop them, he'll be next on the list. Published in February 2011, it has already garnered a 4.3 rating on 146 Kindle reviews, including 73 Five-Stars and a 4.3 Star average.

Amongst My Enemies, with a 4.3 rating on 117 Kindle reviews, including and 65 Five-Stars, is a fast-paced Cold War action adventure story filled with international intrigue, espionage, revenge, and an old German U-boat filled with a fortune in gold bars, treasure, and a secret that will tear NATO apart.

Thursday at Noon a Joan Kahn Book published by St. Martin's Press in hardback, in paperback by Harlequin's Gold Eagle, is set in Egypt in 1962 and deals with murder, espionage, an Army coup, and new rockets aimed at the heart of Israel. Reviewed favorably in the "New Yorker" and other major publications it was released as an e-book earlier this year and already has a 4.5 rating on 63 Kindle reviews, including 38 Five-Stars!

Winner Lose All, also has a 4.5 rating on 31 Kindle reviews, including 20 Five-Stars! It is set in the closing months of WWII. As one war winds down, all eyes are on the next one, it is a tale of fast-moving international suspense and espionage. As alliances begin to shift, old enemies become tomorrow's friends, and everyone wants their piece of the revolutionary new German weapons technologies.

In addition to the novels, I've written four award-winning screenplays. Preview Chapters from all six suspense novels, can be found on my web site billbrownwritesnovels.wordpress.com

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