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Rooted in the history of the Middle East, this political action thriller is set in contemporary Washington DC and Virginia, when terrorism explodes on American shores. Ibrahim Al-Bari is a highly skilled Hamas commander who has battled and killed Americans throughout Iraq and Afghanistan. After losing two brothers and a sister in a bloody attack on a civilian bus in Israel, Al-Bari decides that fighting US surrogates in far-away places is a futile waste of Palestinian blood. "To kill a snake, you must go to its lair and cut off its head," he says, as he decides to take his war private and strike at the heart of the American government itself. No simple man with a rifle in a book depository window; when Al-Bari strikes, he will unleash an old weapon that will take out the President and many other national and international leaders in a dramatic, fiery attack on national television. In this fast-paced murder mystery, trying to find him and stop him, is Eddie Rankin, a maverick FBI agent, who has never met a rule he couldn't break; Moustapha 'Mouse' Khalidi, the smooth, urbane Chief of Security at the Egyptian Embassy in Washington; and Rachel Ullman, a hard-edged, female Israeli Mossad agent, counter-terror specialist, and killer, who lost her own family to a suicide bomber. The question is, with their personal frictions and contradictory orders, can this temporary, dysfunctional alliance hold together long enough to catch Al-Bari before they kill each other - and the clock is ticking.

©2013 William F. Brown (P)2014 William F. Brown

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  • Stephen
  • Hoover, AL, United States
  • 02-28-17

Fast Past Thriller

Would you consider the audio edition of Aim True, My Brothers to be better than the print version?

I have not read the print version.

What other book might you compare Aim True, My Brothers to and why?

Mitch Rapp Series

Did the narration match the pace of the story?

It was very good

Was there a moment in the book that particularly moved you?

No.

Any additional comments?

Enjoyed the book. I will read other by William Brown.

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Excellent!

I suppose I'm biased, because the author is my father, but I really like this book. In fact, it's my favorite. This book is a rewrite of his first novel, and what stands out to me is the plot. He had a very specific idea (a terrorist attack in Yorktown, Virginia), and I think the book works well because the idea is a good one: plausible and rather original. You should totally buy this book for you and all of your friends!

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Great action thriller

intriguing storyline, memorable sand enjoyable characters...Mr. Friedman's performance was spectacular - I was certain that the narration was permormed by a dozen or so separate character actors.

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Excitement and chuckles

Here's another action-packed thriller from William F. Brown with likable characters you care about. The diplomatic international plot makes it scarily relevant, but the chuckles keep you sane.

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Excellent Novel and Audiobook!

This was my first William Brown novel and I was very impressed. So much thought went in to the details and combined with Eddie Frierson's narration, Aim True, My Brothers kept my attention throughout. The twists and turns in every situation kept me guessing at what would come next. Don't miss this one.