Desert Wind by John Rhodes

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The most dangerous elements of today's world-international terrorism, geopolitics, diplomatic intrigue, secret nuclear weapons, and a global oil crisis-are stirred into a brew that threatens global peace and security.A shadowy terrorist mastermind conceives a plot to reshape and dominate the Middle East. His weapons are subtle deception and shocking violence. As his plan unfolds, he launches ruthless terror strikes against hapless civilians with surgical precision, exploits cancerous diplomatic tensions between Europe and America, and manipulates a gullible global media. Who can find him-let alone stop him-before it is too late?Israeli intelligence agent Moshe Bechman and Major Maria Menendez of the United States Marine Corp are drawn together as they unveil the plot, pursuing leads from Afghanistan and Riyadh to Paris and Washington DC. But they are distracted from the crisis by internal demons and emotional entanglements. Will they be able to prevent the world from plunging into economic and diplomatic chaos?

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Rhodes has been involved in the videoconferencing industry since its infancy, In 1989, he initiated Sony's entry into the U.S. videoconferencing market and was named marketing manager for Sony's Videoconferencing and Satellite Systems Division. he has been responsible for product development and marketing of videoconferencing systems at Sony, IPC, and Pinacl Communications. He has designed video communication systems for many corporations and institutions. he has written numerous articles on videoconferencing and multimedia communications for industry journals. Currently, he is president and co-owner of Media Resources, a West Harrison, New York-based company, specializing in the development of new media technologies for business communication applications.
Published October 23, 2006 by iUniverse, Inc.. 321 pages
Genres: Literature & Fiction, Mystery, Thriller & Suspense. Fiction

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