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In Jon Land’s first novel, a crew of Arab terrorists attempts to tear America apart from the inside out - and only Alabaster, an Israeli special forces operative, can stop them.

After years of being presumed dead, Palestine’s most feared terrorist emerges from hiding with a plan for utter domination of the Middle East: the Shaitan Commandment. With a quartet of the region’s deadliest soldiers, he puts into motion a scheme that spells doom for the Western world. His target is not Israel, but Israel’s protector: the United States.

On their trail is Alabaster, an Israeli special-forces agent whose true identity is buried under so many layers of deception that not even the Mossad knows who he really is. But every terrorist has heard of him, and knows to be afraid. A ruthless investigator with no time for diplomatic niceties, he may be all that stands between the United States and oblivion.

©1983 Jon Land Prologue Copyright 1979 by The New York Times Company (P)2013 Audible, Inc.

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  • Robert
  • SCOTTSDALE, AZ, United States
  • 10-29-13

Good story Old News.

When I got this book I thought I was getting a terrorist story from present day that would be relevant to todays times. It was a good story that would have been even better if it didn't take place in the 80's with Yassar Arafat still in charge. Was not what I was looking for.

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