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“Leslie’s insights into world politics and contemporary culture are staggering and frighteningly realistic. He ... will make readers think they’re living too close to catastrophe.”
— Randall Murphree, editor, AFA Journal
Operation Jeremiah's Jar
When Midwest Book Review finished The Last Aliyah, they wrote “Leslie has crafted a chilling novel... In [his] gripping narrative, political intrigue drips from every page… [Leslie] possesses a genuine flair for compelling, entertaining, and deftly crafted storytelling.”
Of The Three Sixes, Randall Murphree, editor of AFA Journal, wrote: “Mark Alan Leslie’s insights into world politics and contemporary culture are staggering and frighteningly realistic… a seasoned wordsmith… in the class with John Grisham or other secular novelists touted for producing today’s best fiction.”
Now what will reviewers say about Operation Jeremiah’s Jar, the third Max-and-Kat adventure in The Thrill of the Hunt Series?
Here, archaeologist Kat Cardova’s goal is to find the prophet Jeremiah’s property deed to land outside Jerusalem that he bought in 587 BC. This deed would not only prove ownership of land in Israel but also fulfill a prophetic promise to Jeremiah and the nation today.
Meanwhile, when the President decides to build a new American embassy in Jerusalem, Arab jihadists explode in fury, targeting the heart of the Jewish nation.
Max’s job: protect the Ambassador and, more importantly, Kat from the ever-present Palestinian operatives set on revenge in their continuing fatwa to murder Max and Kat.