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The Winds of Kedem

This is a realistic piece of fiction that is informative yet remains a page turner. The author educates, in an easy to understand manner, the divides among the peoples of the Middle East, especially those fanatical sects that know only one solution to the differences between the people who inhabit those lands.
  The novel posits a scarily realistic scenario in which the nuclear weapons of Pakistan could be compromised by a group of determined fanatics whose only agenda is to avenge the founder of their Shia sect at the expense of Israel. This is as good as any of Daniel Silva's Gabriel Allon books