Truth in Hiding by Matthew Frick

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"Frick’s story offers many twists and turns, and his presentation of the complex relationship between the US, Israel and Iran is intriguing, but it comes too late in the book to give a firm context for the plot. Ultimately, readers will find the makings of a heart-pounding thriller here, but the story requires revision to reach its full potential."
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A tremor in the desert. A suicide in prison. Unrelated and on opposite sides of the globe.
But when Intelligence Watch Group analyst Casey Shenk travels to Washington, D.C., he discovers a hidden connection to a battle being waged in the clandestine world of spies and assassins.
Casey's past and present collide in a deadly race to uncover the truth before millions of people are killed in a nuclear war no one can afford.
 

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Published May 25, 2016 by Matthew M. Frick. 274 pages
Genres: Political & Social Sciences, Mystery, Thriller & Suspense, War.
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on Aug 21 2016

"Frick’s story offers many twists and turns, and his presentation of the complex relationship between the US, Israel and Iran is intriguing, but it comes too late in the book to give a firm context for the plot. Ultimately, readers will find the makings of a heart-pounding thriller here, but the story requires revision to reach its full potential."

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