“A taut, fast thriller that weaves remnants of WWII atrocities with present day military aspirations.”

“David Khara once again writes a taut, fast thriller that weaves remnants of WWII atrocities with present day military aspirations. Khara does an expert job of taking his protagonist, a holdover from Nazi experiments, and places him on the frontlines of military efforts to meld men and machines. This is one tale whose back to the future aspect is balanced by its references to Oscar Pistorius and the future his capacities suggest. Sophie Weiner, the expert translator, manages again to produce a book in Americanized English that is indistinguishable from one originally written in it. The language and idioms are perfect. No awkwardness in language exists at all, as the story flows with characters from Israel, Poland, England, Germany, the U.S. and Argentina. This is the third in a series, and while it is enjoyable to read earlier books, it is not essential." —4-star Goodreads review

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