“A different look at World War II and its lasting effect, The Morgenstern Project by David Khara provides an intriguing and compelling glimpse into one man’s life.
Jeremy Corbin and Jacqueline Walls live a quiet life in the suburbs in New Jersey. One afternoon changes all that. Eytan Morganstern, a Mossad operative, returns to save them and they, along with some friends, embark on a mission to save Eytan from those who would study his unusual characteristics. The Consortium is again involved and their influence reaches deep into sources that Eytan and his friends thought would be trustworthy. With their help, Eytan must face the past and come to grips with all his scars, both physical and emotional.
The Morgenstern Project is an incredible novel taking us into World War II, affording us a glimpse that we have never seen before. Eytan was a young boy during that time and lost much to the Nazis. He spent his life trying to bring war criminals to justice. The story goes back and forth between the past and present giving us an excellent view of what caused all the issues Eytan has had in his life. You cannot help but let Eytan into your heart as he would let you into his if possible. David Khara has penned a tale guaranteed to leave readers thinking about more than one “What ifs?”. Intriguing from page one, your interest will never flag." —Single Titles