Journey into the Past
by Abe F. March
Contributing author: Lynn Jett
(May 20, 2009)
ISBN 13: 978-0-9822722-8-2
ISBN 10: 09822722-86
"When fate decrees that the paths of a vacationing American architect and a retired German businessman cross, the soul-mates embark on a journey through time that takes them into the past, a journey triggered by a series of mysterious, hidden love notes written centuries before. Would this be the lifetime their love would finally be allowed?"
An American attack on Baghdad leaves heartbroken and angry survivors. Two different families, one Muslim and one Christian, are wiped out in the 2003 raids and their young adult progeny are determined to avenge the loss of their loved ones. David Levy, an Israeli Secret Service Agent with a grudge of his own, knows just how to tap into the vulnerabilities that grief leaves, and he organizes the training of select men and women whose desire for vengeance is strong enough to consider a deadly covert mission in America. Trainees will learn to blend in, disappear in the multicultural mix of the US and then infest the food and water supply with a deadly flu virus capable of mutating and infecting the human population. The antidote - if it works - will only be revealed under strict demands.
As a part of their indoctrination, mission members must have a deep understanding of the causes of conflict in the Middle East. Peering through the darkness of their grief and hatred, some team members come to realize that they could ultimately be responsible for millions of innocent deaths. Their actions could break the stalemate between the Israelis and Palestinians - or bring on unparalleled tragedy.
To Beirut and Back An American in the Middle East
by Abe F. March
A true story of adventure, international intrigue and danger!
Frustrated with a salaried employee's life and insular upbringing, Abe struck out on his own to become a successful entrepreneur with a will to risk.
He eventually sought his fortune in Middle East where he encountered a very different mentality and business culture; and where events would change his political attitudes.
Just as the money began rolling in, he and his family became caught up in the danger and tragedy of the Lebanese Civil War. Despite being robbed, shot at and kidnapped, he remained in Lebanon even after westerners had fled as a matter of self-preservation.
Although financial ruin finally impelled him to leave, he returned a year later and was hailed as "The First American Back."
In his travels throughout the Middle East he met with representatives of princes, kings and the Shah of Iran.