The Network

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In a luxuriously-appointed Hamburg nightclub, a group of conspirators formulate a deadly plan for world domination. But although it will be young, wealthy Dietrich Eberhart who will put the plan in motion, the diabolical plot has its beginnings decades before, on a fog-bound submarine in Nazi Germany, and even earlier, in the humble shtetl home of a saintly rebbe, where the Eberhart dynasty obtained the secret of its power. A network of terror Who can stop it? Though Nazi-hunter Kobi Shapiro suspects the existence of a worldwide conspiracy, his superiors in the Mossad refuse to believe him. Only three unlikely people stand between an unsuspecting world and a relentless force for evil: Jason Leonard Frost, an aging priest searching for his lost past; Mordy Kahane, a young American yeshivah student who found his Jewish heritage on a Little League baseball lot; and Israeli violinist Rafi Ganim, whose life is inexplicably bound up with an unknown rabbi who haunts his dreams. A novel of awesome scope and non-stop action. Acclaimed author Nachman Seltzer brings us a riveting story of revenge, destiny, and faith. Spanning four continents and six decades, The Network takes readers on a heart-stopping adventure. With its cast of beautifully-portrayed characters, unexpected plot twists, and breathtaking climax, The Network is a compelling, engrossing thriller that will be hailed as a contemporary classic.

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