The Killing Rituals by Nir Zamir eBook Review #Promotion #Review


The Killing Rituals: A Thrilling Espionage Novel by Nir Zamir

With gripping suspense and riveting action The Killing Rituals is an intense political thriller that sets the covert war against international terrorism – and the Israeli-Palestinian conflict – in a context of the super-powers’ cold-war struggle for dominance. .

Things I Love & Learnt About The Killing Rituals by Nir Zamir

The Killing Rituals is a very good political thriller, and if you enjoy reading such books, the author will not disappoint you…you will get strong characters, a plot full of twists and turns, gripping suspense and lots of action. This is a story about the war against international terrorism and the Israeli-Palestinian conflict. An African American CIA agent and her MOSSAD partner will take you on a page turning chase, as they track a deadly terrorist group… Nir Zamir, a former Secret Service agent, paints a vivid and accurate picture of special forces, missions, espionage, politics and  writes a story that spans between New York, Moscow, London, Rome and Lebanon…

I enjoyed the book tremendously, and it was a fast read since I couldn’t put it down until I got to the end…it has an amazing plot and a breath taking story that you will love…


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About the Author

2Nir Zamir had served in the Israeli army’s Special Forces and Anti-Terrorist units as well as in the Israeli Secret Service. Killing Rituals is his first novel, following the earlier publication of ‘War Horse’, a short non-fiction story about the 1982 Lebanon war, published by The North American Review in 1991. An avid martial artist he is a volunteer at Budo for Peace, a not-for-profit organization set up to foster reconciliation & coexistence between Arab and Jewish youth. He lives in Israel with his wife, three children, and a female Akita named Chinto.

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