Righteous Kill: An edge-of-your-seat WW2 military thriller
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MAJESTIC STORYTELLING ... A TOUR DE FORCE John Templeton SmithOctober 1940: a raiding party of elite soldiers arrives in the middle of Nazi-occupied France on a deadly mission.But these are not troops from Britains new commando units. They are modern-day Israeli special forces operators armed with sophisticated 21st-century weaponry.Dispatched eight decades into the past by a genius physicist who stumbled across the secret of time travel their task is simple - ambush Adolf Hitlers personal train kill everyone on board and change the course of history.Yet even if these Israeli soldiers manage to pull off the most extraordinary commando raid ever conceived theres no guarantee theyll make it home again.RIGHTEOUS KILL takes a daring premise and weaves it into a gripping action-packed military thriller. It traces the journey of a few courageous men who step into the ultimate unknown on a mission to save millions of lives that will otherwise be lost in the maelstrom of war and the Holocaust.Written by a former Israeli army officer RIGHTEOUS KILL is a riveting blend of authentic military detail and history-altering combat fiction. Its the perfect fit for fans of Vince Flynn Andy McNab Eric Flint Harry Turtledove and John Birmingham.***Ted Lapkin spent the first half of his childhood in North Carolina before his Jewish family moved to Israel. He saw active service as a combat intelligence officer in the Golani Infantry Brigade fighting with the brigades elite recon company during the battle for the Beaufort Castle.Graduating summa cum laude from Tel Aviv University Ted returned to the United States for postgraduate study and began to work in politics as a communications/government-relations strategist. While in Washington D.C. he met an Australian woman whom he later married. Moving to Melbourne he began a PHD (never finished) and began to write political opinion columns for Australian newspapers. Since then he has written for many publications including the Spectator LA Times and the Sydney Morning Herald as well as speeches for members of the US Congress and Australian Government Cabinet Ministers. He now runs his own consulting firm that advises clients on strategic communications reputation management and government relations.Ted lives with his wife Sharon in the Melbourne inner suburb of Fitzroy described by Londons Daily Telegraph newspaper as one of the worlds most hipster neighbourhoods. RIGHTEOUS KILL is his first novel.