Political Thriller Weaves a Gripping Web of Intrigue and Deception
In his new book, The Jerusalem Exchange, author Ron Lev presents a thrilling tale of conspiracy and espionage connecting the great American financial exchanges, corporations, the United States Congress and the conflict in the Middle East.
Gerald Teppler and Richard Crossland are partners who run the Jericho Trading Company, specializing in buying and selling soybeans, a volatile yet highly profitable commodity. They have carved a nice niche for themselves in the market, and are privy to the actions of other players in the game, players with ties to Washington. Teppler is approached by Joseph Barak, an Israeli hardliner who influences Teppler to manipulate the market in a way that will affect the US Congressional elections. This, Barak says, will spark a chain of events that will be favorable to Israel, giving it an added lethal edge in the violent conflicts of the Middle East. The implications of Barak's words are shocking, and though Teppler's Jewish heritage compels him to help his people, the prospect of being a benefactor to violence gives him second thoughts on the matter. Faced with dwindling time and difficult choices, Teppler and Crossland have no other recourse but to act.
What results is a high stakes game of deception, as a conspiracy plots to alter financial and political forces and influence global events. The Jerusalem Exchange will delight fans of political thrillers and casual readers alike as it crafts a body of lies spanning from the halls of the great financial exchanges to the bloody battlefields of the Mid-East.
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The Jerusalem Exchange * by Ron Lev
Publication Date: December 28, 2012
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