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Brothers Divided [Hardcover]

Brothers Divided [Hardcover]

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Iranian agents have ignited a major civil war crisis in Israel. The Brothers Division, a top-secret arm of the Mossad, the Israel secret service, enlists the aid of Jon Warren, an American reporter with strong Israel connections, to help them defuse the situation. But when Jon discovers the truth, the Brothers Division disowns him and the conspirators target him for elimination.

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Pages   256
Est. Packaging Dimensions:   Length: 9.48" Width: 6.42" Height: 0.9"
Weight:   1.25 lbs.
Binding  Hardcover
Publisher   Simcha Media Group (NJ)
ISBN  1930143389  
ISBN13  9781930143388  

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Great book  Mar 25, 2003
Brothers Divided by Eli Jacobs

Jon Warren, New York Times bureau chief in Jerusalem finds himself in the middle of a civil war. Religious vs. secular, right- wing civilians vs. left-wing civilians. He is wanted to work for a secret government group called Brothers Division. And in the mean time the Iranians are plotting to kill millions of Israelites by tricking them into killing each other and when the time is right they will launch a missile and destroy the state of Israel. So back in Israel Jon is trying to prevent civil war by figuring out who is causing all of the trouble. And then suddenly Jon finds a thread sticking out of the sweater that will unravel the whole thing.

I recommend this book to children with large vocabularies because this book is very complicating and a little hard to understand. I would also recommend this book to any person over the age of 12. This book, I give this book five stars.

A Great Thriller -- for old folks too!  Mar 31, 2002
I purchased this book in Jerusalem (03/24/02). What a great thriller. I found myself as tense in places as I was when I read The Red October by Tom Clancy. After reading the book I noticed that inside the front dust jacket it reads: Ages 10-14. Don't believe it. Read this book and look forward to the next two books of a promised trilogy.
Timely and Thought-Provoking  Mar 4, 2002
This is one of the best suspense/action novels concerning Israel that I have read. I did not want to put it down. The book also provides a vivid description of modern Israeli society and its internal tensions. After reading this novel, I felt that I had gained some insight into this strategic and often misunderstood country.
Brothers Divided-Timely and Thought Provoking  Mar 4, 2002
This is one of the best suspense novels involving mid-east intrigue that I have read. It is well written and fast-paced. The book also provides a vivid and cogent description of modern Israeli society and its internal tensions. It was nice to read a book that was both etertaining and informative.
A thriller with a strong ring of truth!  Mar 4, 2002
As a journalist in the Middle East, and a former NY Times Deputy Bureau Chief in Jerusalem, I can say that Eli Jacobs has written a highly charged and surprisingly complex novel that combines terror and journalism in disarmingly simple language.

Jacobs has fashioned an all-too-true situation where terrorists and reporters must meet in the hundreds of shades of gray areas that lie between one's ideals and one's ambitions.

For those unfamiliar with the byways of terror and journalism, Eli Jacobs's book will be a real eyeopener, and for those who have already experienced these phenomena first-hand, Jacobs's work has the strong ring of truth.

Michael Widlanski, Former New York Times Deputy Bureau Chief, Jerusalem


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