Advice from the Chief Rabbi, Taken from The Taba Convention

      Stephen Ayers
Advice from the Chief Rabbi, Taken from The Taba Convention

Jordan Kline is troubled and, even though putting himself in danger, travels to Eilat to seek out advice from the Chief Rabbi. He seeks advice on life and Jewish values.He is deeply troubled by suspicions of traitors within Israel, men who would kill to sweep aside all threats to their conspiracy.This is one of my favorite passages in Book1 of the Jordan Kline Trilogy.When an Englishman visits an American rodeo show, he gets far more than horse-play...A horror fantasy story with a Lovecraft tinge, for fans of the wierd tale...

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    A Mossad Takeout in Beirut. A Jordan Kline story

      Stephen Ayers
A Mossad Takeout in Beirut.  A Jordan Kline story

Mossad operative Jordan Kline's last mission.This story happens before The Taba Convention, the 1st Book in the Jordan Kline TrilogyNever judge a book by its cover, and don’t let the white picket fence fool you. Although the appearance looks happy and inviting, no one would believe the nightmare that once lived within the lives of Nichole and her grandson, little Connor. While healing from unimaginable abuse from her husband and adult son, Nichole is trying to figure out how to live again. After getting custody of her two-year-old grandson, she's learning that raising a child in her fifties as a single woman isn't all that easy. When retired Army veteran Luke Tanner enters the bakery, Nichole isn’t just taken aback by his extreme good looks, but also by his charm, charisma, and heroism. Can Nichole learn to trust a man again? Is she even capable of love and intimacy? Is Luke patient enough to give her the time and the space she needs? Or will her past ruin any chance of her future with him? But when a ghost from her past appears from the dead, Nichole is faced with an unthinkable reality. She can do one of two things: stay and fight, or run and hide.

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