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"Unlikely Enemies"

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by: Sam Ornstein
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Publication Date: February 3, 2017
Book Size: 8.5" x 11"
Pages: 283
Binding: Perfect Bound
Color: Black and White
ISBN: 9781520520186

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Book Synopsis
“Unlikely Enemies,” a contemporary action, adventure, comedy, tragedy, about Blacks, Jews and Terrorists.
After a bungled mugging Black youth, BRAYTON JAMES, 24, collides with terrorists delivering money for an arms deal. He escapes, but, now he and his pal, CALVIN WATKINS, 23, are marked for death by the terrorists who are organizing a cell in Brooklyn Heights, NY, led by RASHID ABISALEH, 45, a violently rabid terrorist leader.
Israeli secret agents arrive to destroy the burgeoning cell, and foil an assassination plot. MOISHE MUSTANG, 55, and side-kicks, ABE LIPSKY, 60, and ARTHUR PISKY, 58, all expertly trained assassins who must remain undetected by American Intelligence. At an Israeli stake out, the terrorists are distracted by the appearance of the youths posing as prostitutes. In the ensuing action the youths are arrested and charged by an unkempt, inept, and insane courtroom judge who incarcerates them with two huge Black gays.
In a thrilling and dramatic conclusion, the Israelis and the youths come to a final bloody encounter with the terrorists. But, will it be in time to stop an impending assassination plot and destroy the shipping organization?

My background includes over 25 years as a film and video editor in NYC.
Sam Ornstein
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