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, Israeli-born Dalia Artzi, a tactical genius and specialist at Princeton in the study of maneuver warfare, uncovers a fiendish plot by a small group of Israeli fanatics to commit a horrific crime against the United States government and pin the blame on Iran. At first, Dalia, a pacifist, is hesitant to get involved. But, strong in her Jewish faith, she believes that the goal of her religion is not to crush one's enemies but to practice tikkun olam, to repair the world. Soon Dalia has little choice but to act quickly and do what she must to prevent the unspeakable.
Meanwhile, Jana, a beautiful but deadly Israeli operative taking orders from the conspiring fanatics, is determined to deftly fulfill the deadly mission entrusted to her. Once the plot has been carried out, Jana and the commanders of her mission believe that Israel's enemies will meet with total destruction when the world's most powerful nation retaliates. Jana is firm in her conviction that she is on the side of right and believes the ends will justify the means, however violent.
Centered on a fascinating and original Israeli heroine and antiheroine, False Flag probes some of the most important political and moral conflicts of our times.
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February 10, 2017
Actual rating: 3.5
I liked False Flag, it's a decent read with a great idea behind it. The story seems very realistic, and I really liked the writing style. However, I feel like it wasn't executed as well as it should've been. While the characters were okay, and there were quite a few suspenseful...
February 05, 2017
**I received a copy of this book from NetGalley in exchange for my honest review.**
I find it hard to begin anywhere but with my most pressing thought – either I’m missing a part of the story, or there’s a glaring plot hole in this book. The premise is that Israel decides to commit a terror attack...
November 01, 2017
Thought provoking premise, and a legitimate thriller.
May 04, 2017
Brilliant heroines and ice-cold secret operatives aplenty abound in False Flag, the new thriller from the Princeton-based thriller writer John Altman. This intricately plotted espionage thriller is reminiscent of the TV series Homeland, especially the current season's Homeland, since False Flag i...
September 14, 2017
It had great potential, but it fell flat for me.
The best part of the book is its Prologue, which I thought was very exciting. It describes a woman pretending to be asleep in her lover’s bed. When she thinks that he’s sleeping, she sneaks out of bed and starts snooping around. Outside the cabin, s...
September 10, 2017
A fast paced novel about Spy vs Spy with a twist. The spies are both Israelis. Spy number one is actually a teacher at Princeton University. Her specialty is maneuver warfare and she is by reputation a tactical genius.
Dalia Artzi who is Israeli born accidentally discovers a plot by a group of Isr...
December 26, 2016
I would like to thank NetGalley for providing a copy of this book in exchange for an honest review. When an undercover Israeli agent discovers a cache of explosives and sarin gas, the ramsad, head of the Mossad, decides to use it to Israel's advantage by creating a false flag. This is a misdirect...
October 29, 2017
A Gripping Tale of International Politics and Espionage
This story started slow with several confusing plots and flashbacks. I struggled with the heavy and frequent Yiddish language references in the early part of the book. As the plots were pulled together and the story became more focused, The...
November 10, 2017
This book delves into the psyche of the characters more than anything in this genre and it fascinated me. Israelis trying to help Israel in a misguided, but incredibly determined effort; the more experienced, very differently trained people trying to stop them, and the importance of the gut feeli...
June 23, 2017
Great book. Listened to it on Audible.
Characters were relatable; plot flowed nicely. Everything I could want in a book.
The ending seemed a little rushed/abrupt. Otherwise, I absolutely loved everything about this book.