Episode: Bullets of Palestine | Episode 86


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Bullets of Palestine | Episode 86

Author Howard Kaplan returns to Covert Contact to discuss Bullets of Palestine (the second novel in his Jerusalem Spy Series), chronic tensions in the Middle East, the prospect for reconciliation, Abu Nidal, and his approach to writing.

Longtime listeners will recognize Howard from episode 21 where we discussed the first novel in the series.



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