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Red Sea

After four commercial airliners are blown out of the sky in
international airspace, retired Israeli Special Forces commander
Julian Granot is called in to investigate. With the help of an
intrepid American journalist, Marie Peterssen, and Morgan Ensley, a
maverick FBI agent, Granot makes the horrifying discover that the
crashes were meant to conceal a more diabolical attack. Through an
investigation that leads from Jordan to Iraq, through London and
Cyprus to New York, Granot and his unorthodox team uncover plans
for a scenario that has frightened American security experts for
years: a nuclear bomb slipped onto a container and rigged to
explode in a major US seaport. Meanwhile, Marie discovers a
startling personal connection to the Islamist terrorist behind the
plot, a secret that jeopardizes her life and the entire

Based on a real-life elite commando leader and counter-terror
expert, Julian Granot is a mysterious, ruthless, but ultimately
human and sympathetic spymaster extraordinaire. Marie is fully-draw
female hero who isn't afraid to get her hands dirty-or fall in

RED SEA © Copyright 2011 by Emily Benedek. Reprinted with
permission by St. Martin's Paperbacks. All rights reserved.

Red Sea
by Emily Benedek

  • Publication Date: September 18, 2007
  • Genres: Fiction, Thriller
  • Hardcover: 384 pages
  • Publisher: St. Martin's Press
  • ISBN-10: 0312354916
  • ISBN-13: 9780312354916