The Consortium Thriller series: part action movie, part X-files

David Khara

The Consortium Thriller series by David Khara offers a roller-coaster ride that dips into the history of World War II, then races through a modern-day loop-to-loop of action and humor. What impact could the folly of World War II—death camps, medical manipulation and chemical warfare—still have today? Fighting massive destruction, the hero is a mixture of Highlander and James Bond, bent on justice. The series juggles with time and place in a potent mix constructed around flashbacks that allow readers to piece together key events. But chase scenes, gunfights and explosions are only one part of the story. The main theme of the whole series is resistance and what makes people great.


Self-pitying golden boy trader Jay Novacek is having a bad week when he finds himself thrown into a race to save the world from a horrific conspiracy straight out of the darkest hours of history. Could secret human experimentations be carried out worldwide? Can they be stopped?

When yesterday’s enemies become today’s best allies and when mankind seems on the verge of repeating the errors of the past, what can a lone man do against the madness that is bound to follow? After his mentor is kidnapped, a Mossad agent teams up with his nemesis, but first must face himself. What do Japanese war camps, US Army research and an annihilated modern-day Czech village all have in common?


After a lifetime of bringing Nazi war criminals to justice, Mossad operative Eytan Morgenstern is once again battling those who wish to study his superhuman body. In this final chapter of the Consortium trilogy, the self-sacrificing secret agent must rely on the help of his closest friends in order to finally free himself of the physical and emotional scars of his past.