What if Iran had the bomb? Kirkus Reviews raves about “The Tenth Plague” by Alan N. Levy

Alan N. Levy’s new geo-political thriller, The Tenth Plague, imagines what the future would be like with a nuclear Iran. We love it, and now, so does Kirkus Reviews, which has the following to say about this great book:

“A political thriller that imagines a world brought to the brink of nuclear war by an Iranian plot to attack Israel and the United States…. Debut author Levy sets the story in 2028, a world that’s seen a brutal reprisal of the 9/11 attacks on America, ceaseless turmoil in the Middle East, and a bellicose Russia, still led by a ruthless Vladimir Putin. The prose is clear and crisp, and the action is relentless, fueled by a combination of brooding cynicism and the imminent prospect of catastrophe. Overall, this is a bombastic and cinematic thriller … A fleet and dramatic … tale of global conflict.”

You can read the entire review here. The novel is available for pre-order at Amazon, Barnes & Noble and your local bookstore.