The Gathering Storm In The Middle East

The Gathering Storm In The Middle East

Intrigue Passion and Love at the Crucial Turning Point of the Crisis

Fiction - Intrigue
376 Pages
Reviewed on 07/15/2010
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Reviewed by Anne Boiling for Readers' Favorite

Our lead character is Richard Rinaldi. He is dissatisfied with his life and accepts a job that puts him in the middle of the decaying predicament in the Middle East. He appears to be going through a mid life crisis and seeks adventure and excitement, what he ends up with is a mess. He spends time in a dungeon after being accused of fraud.

I was curious about this book upon receiving it to review. I love suspense and espionage and, yes, this book has it all. It is a highly charged, technical read. The plot is very intense and complex, with a lot of characters, and sometimes it gets a bit confusing. It is obvious the author has spent a lot of time doing research and has created a well thought out plot.

Carol Hoyer, PhD

The Gathering Storm in the Middle East
“The author certainly has done his research and knows about conditions in the Middle East that involve the military, scud missiles and corruption. ... His ability to keep readers entertained with the historical facts, as well as romance and corruption, adds to the excitement. ... The author has done an extraordinary job of describing events, corruption and seedy characters. ... Readers will feel as if they are right there.
“The Gathering Storm in the Middle East is scary, informational and very entertaining.”
Reviewed by Carol Hoyer, PhD, for Reader Views

Mason

Your book of “fiction/espionage” was truly riveting. There became an even greater experience of intrigue and concern of actual world’s/political events beyond that described on the book’s back cover.

And then the reader entered the finale twelve and one half pages. No more “fiction”. For those true believers in a higher power, your ending became a sort of beginning.



Reviewed for ReaderFavori

Our lead character is Richard Rinaldi. He is dissatisfied with his life and accepts a job that puts him in the middle of the decaying predicament in the Middle East. He appears to be going through a mid life crisis and seeks adventure and excitement, what he ends up with is a mess. He spends time in a dungeon after being accused of fraud.

I love suspense and espionage and, yes, this book has it all. It is a highly charged, technical read. The plot is very intense and complex, with a lot of characters. It is obvious the author has spent a lot of time doing research and has created a well thought out plot.

Robert Fertig

Actually this is a work of "fiction." However, it contains many factual and historical truths.