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By Emily Benedek | Comments: ( 823 ) | Date: ( Oct 14, 2019 )

Four airliners are blown out of the sky a devastating string of attacks taking hundreds of lives and striking fear into people and governments around the globe Marie Peterssen, an ambitious young aviation reporter, has a hunch about the crashes, and her suspicions are confirmed when she s approached by Julian Granot, an Israeli airline security expert and former SpecialFour airliners are blown out of the sky a devastating string of attacks taking hundreds of lives and striking fear into people and governments around the globe Marie Peterssen, an ambitious young aviation reporter, has a hunch about the crashes, and her suspicions are confirmed when she s approached by Julian Granot, an Israeli airline security expert and former Special Forces commando who has noticed her work.Julian offers Marie a rare lead, one that will send her to London and later into the devastation of war torn Iraq With the help of a maverick FBI agent, Morgan Ensley, Marie stumbles onto the makings of a terrorist plot well beyond the destruction of airliners the detonation of a rogue nuclear device in New York Harbor The terrorists know that America s most vulnerable spot is its transportation system, and they mean to exploit it Time is short.But Marie is in the grip of circumstances beyond her control Julian s intentions are unclear Is he helping a journalist uncover answers the world craves, or is he setting up the girl to flush out an Islamic terrorist who killed Julian s partner twenty years earlier Julian holds the key, but Marie s role in the frantic race to unravel the plot grows when she learns that she may be tied to the terrorist leader in a personal way Author Emily Benedek was writing an article on counterterrorism for Newsweek when she came into contact with a high level Israeli counterterrorism expert Due to his ongoing role in international investigations, much of what she learned in the course of their talks could only be told in a novel What emerges from those meetings is a bone chilling story of suspense, as thrilling as it is plausible.


  • Title: Red Sea: A Novel
  • Author: Emily Benedek
  • ISBN: 9780312354916
  • Page: 388
  • Format: Hardcover

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Comments Red Sea: A Novel

  • Kathy

    I appreciated a great deal the author's comments about Arab culture. It's only in increments, and paragraphs in books like this, that I have come to any understanding at all as to why the Western world is not universally loved!However, I am extremely confused why she says in her preface that she was asked to consider writing a book "about airline security," and then proceeds to do anything but. After the first chapter the reader is off on a very different story of mayhem. Because of what she ind [...]


  • Cherie

    I enjoyed this book, although it is just another example of ways terrorists can "get us." They seem to be able to go around, over, under, or through any added security measures we implement. In this book, blowing 4 airliners simultaneously out of the sky was only a decoy to keep our intelligence agents busy while a much more sinister plot was being worked out. I can only pray that our "real" intelligence community is as smart and lucky as the agents portrayed in fiction.


  • Joseph Frati

    Wow what a great story, a edge to the seat type of novel that it's a crime stop reading very hard to put down 4 airlines being blow out of the sky to the investigation work with the Israel service to the FBI and CIA and US Navy SEALS. If you want a kickass power trip this is the book for you!What like is a great Tom Clancy story. What I don't like is that it could or would happen! And that sucks!


  • J. Ewbank

    This was a good read. A novel of suspense and finally the good buys won, naturally. However it is the type of novel that includes things that could have happened that were bad and that is not good. Involves the East and the U.S.J. Robert Ewbank author "John Wesley, Natural Man, and the 'Isms'"


  • Melody

    This felt like a podium for the author to relay opinions. The characters all seemed to be one person - trying desperately for us readers to see the dangers in the stuff we are overlooking. The many ways the American and Israeli haters can take us out. Are you listening people!


  • Conan Robison

    Good first novel, but I found it a little predictable. Could be because of the books in the genre I have read before. Good story, though.


  • Avid Reader

    A thriller: don't you want to read one! It is summertime fun! Really, well done and I think better than the Charles Reich one getting a lot of favorable press.


  • Christine

    Could have done without the foul language once again but other than that it was an interesting read.


  • Renee

    Surprisingly good read .


  • Rosemary Macke

    Very very slow.


  • Nancy Ellis

    Not very good attempt at suspenseNYC threatened by terrorists blah blah blah.


  • Luisa

    Just started the book I recieved it as a gift from a friend and is hoping for a GoodRead!!!


  • Liesl

    This was okay. Ending got pretty exciting, but it was a slow build for me. (Ironic as it starts with 4 plane crashes). Moving on.


  • Lori

    Gift from Tina


  • Wendy

    literaryfeline/2008/11


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