Finding a barely legible name scribbled on a blood-stained card in the shirt pocket of the slain minister, the Director of Israeli Intelligence calls upon international security consultant Harry McClure to investigate a possible American connection to the brutal crime.
Follow McClure as he uncovers a Wall Street money-laundering scheme linked to a clandestine Messianic Brotherhood’s plot to reclaim Jerusalem’s Temple Mount.
Targeted Age Group: adult
Book Price: $.99 bargain price 8/6/2013 – 8/9/2013
How is Writing In Your Genre Different from Others?
The major difference in writing thrillers, compared to other fiction, is the extensive amount of research required before writing begins.
What Advice Would You Give Aspiring Writers?
Write, rewrite–stay with it to the end. Read a lot of books written by successful authors.
Eric was born and raised in New York City. While in college at the University of Missouri, he crafted his first historical based short story.
Recruited by the CIA, he opted out in favor of a business career. Starting on Wall Street, he was later a vice president of an international conglomerate, and then president/CEO of an innovative medical technology company.
Eric lives in Washington, D.C. and Vermont with his wife and Russian Blue cat. A member of International Thriller Writers, he is working on the next Harry McClure thriller.
What Inspired You to Write Your Book?
As an avid reader, novels based on historical content, have always interested me. So, after a successful business career, I decided that I wanted to fulfill a goal I had started in college. That’s how I became a thriller writer.