Outsource by Gerald D. McLellan
A Novel

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"When Israel and the United States decide that neither country can afford to destroy Iran's nuclear capability without starting a catastrophic war, they agree to outsource the job to two Columbia Law School students who work closely with the Mossad. Asher Levin, a well-trained, conscripted member of Israel's secret service befriends Ted Hurley, a fellow first year law student. Together they set out on an adventure which changes the political dynamic of the Middle East and all of Western Europe.
From the offices at King Saul Boulevard in Tel Aviv to the White House to Colonial Farms Road in Langley Virginia to beyte rahbani in Tehran the drama plays out as Hamas, Hezbollah and other forces are pitted against the indomitable will of two young men engaged in a mission that carries them from Columbia's Morningside Heights to Eglin Air Force Base, to Cape Town, to Bujumbura and eventually to Natanz, Iran.
The riveting story includes murder, stealth, intrigue and an insight into the power structure of Iran and the workings of the inner circle of the governments of Israel and the United States. The result is a page turner that is entertaining, timely and informative.

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Published June 20, 2012 by Xlibris. 354 pages
Genres: Mystery, Thriller & Suspense, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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