The Mexico File by Chaim Greenbaum

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Nonstop excitement. Edge-of-the-seat action. A story that is powerful, sophisticated, and terrifyingly believable. From the author of the bestselling novel The Will comes a spellbinding new book that the reader cannot put down - and will never forget. The Mexico File. Chaim Greenbaum, who captivated tens of thousands of readers with The Will, once again brings together an unforgettable cast of characters, linked by a plot that has its roots in a heinous crime that took place decades earlier. A pale, colorless man with a penchant for mayhem; a group of hidden tzaddikim; a CIA agent gone rogue; a young Yerushalmi bride; a Mexican anthropologist; a Texas rancher, a Torah-observant senior official in the U. S. Department of Agriculture - and an aging rebbe whose vision seems to grow stronger as his physical powers fade and the future of his dynasty is at stake - all come together in a story that astonishes and fascinates the reader.
 

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Published April 30, 2011 by Shaar Pr. 651 pages
Genres: Mystery, Thriller & Suspense, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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