Wall Street Journal lists “The Jerusalem Assassin” one of the “best spy novels to read while stuck at home.” Here’s the story.


(Jerusalem, Israel) — “We put out the call for subscribers’ favorite spy novels, to provide a bit of international intrigue for any grudgingly homebound readers,” the Wall Street Journal reported on April 10. 

“Many readers remembered the book that began their obsession with the genre. ‘Robert Ludlum’s The Bourne Identity,’ one subscriber wrote, ‘was the very first spy novel I read and led me on a 40-year journey through Ludlum, Clancy, Silva, Flynn, Thor and so on.’”

“Some of those names—Robert Ludlum, Tom Clancy—may be known to those who have only a passing familiarity with the genre,” the Journal noted. “But their contemporary peers also turned out to be among the favorites of many WSJ readers.”

I’m deeply honored that my latest international political thriller, The Jerusalem Assassin, made the list. It’s the third in my new series that began with The Kremlin Conspiracy and The Persian Gamble.

“During these times of quarantine and distancing,” another Journal subscriber wrote, “finding a new novel is great but finding a new series is gold!”

Couldn’t have put it any better.

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