The Morgenstern Project by David KharaThe Morgenstern Project by David Khara

The Morgenstern Project

byDavid KharaEditorSophie Weiner

Paperback | April 9, 2015

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When you kill a legend, it becomes inspiration, and you can't kill inspiration. Jeremy Corbin and Jacqueline Walls lead a calm life in a New Jersey suburb, when one day everything changes. Eytan Morgenstern returns to save them, and this improbably team must take on the Consortium, leading them on an epic journey from London to Tel-Aviv, from the Polish forests to Manhattan high-rises, from the shameful past to the threatening future. After a lifetime of bringing Nazi war criminals to justice, the Mossad operative is once again fighting those who wish to study his superhuman body. The self-sacrificing secret agent must rely on the help of his friends to finally free himself of the physical and emotional scars of his past.
French author David Khara, a former reporter, top-level sportsman, and entrepreneur, has always been a writer. After studying law, he stepped into journalism working for Agence France Press, and then became creative director for several advertising companies. He loves new technologies and started his own company at the age of twenty-fo...
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Title:The Morgenstern ProjectFormat:PaperbackDimensions:265 pages, 8 × 5 × 0.59 inPublished:April 9, 2015Publisher:Le French BookLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:1939474353

ISBN - 13:9781939474353

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Rated 5 out of 5 by from I Hated to See It End Splitting the action into multiple time periods, this thriller is engrossing from the very first page. It has Nazis, secret societies, compelling characters and a story worth telling.. Khara writes with just the right level of detail to create great mental images and keep the story moving.. Whether it is the forests of Poland during WWII, England post war, South America, or present day America, the action is exciting, the plot is thrilling, and the human interaction compelling. I wish the book could have been longer, I hated to see it end.
Date published: 2015-04-10

From the Author

David Khara on what inspired the Consortium thrillers: "I've always been fascinated by World War II because more than any other conflict it set the foundations for the world we now live in, and it often did so at a very high cost we cannot even imagine. I wanted to use entertaining fiction to explore the complexity and stakes of the war. The character Eytan stemmed from my research into that period. He's a combination of information I gleaned from the testimonials of numerous resistance members and death camp survivors."

Editorial Reviews

When you kill a legend, it becomes inspiration, and you can't kill inspiration. Jeremy Corbin and Jacqueline Walls lead a calm life in a New Jersey suburb, when one day everything changes. Eytan Morgenstern returns to save them, and this improbably team must take on the Consortium, leading them on an epic journey from London to Tel-Aviv, from the Polish forests to Manhattan high-rises, from the shameful past to the threatening future. After a lifetime of bringing Nazi war criminals to justice, the Mossad operative is once again fighting those who wish to study his superhuman body. The self-sacrificing secret agent must rely on the help of his friends to finally free himself of the physical and emotional scars of his past."Fast-paced, a chilling thriller that leaves you biting your nails." -Mystery Sequels on The Shiro Project