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The Enemy Next Door: A Thriller

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Abe slid a manila envelope across the table. 'You will go into Cairo as a buyer for a leather company in southwestern Virginia. I am sending a man with you. He will help you find what you need. Remember, he is not your bodyguard. He can only help.' Right on cue, our waiter re-appeared, and I was introduced to him. Pete Simon didn't plan on spending his twilight years as a ...more
Paperback, 251 pages
Published May 24th 2011 by Tate Publishing & Enterprises
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Sep 08, 2011 rated it really liked it
The Enemy Next Door is a fast moving thriller. The lead characters are older but you wouldn’t know it by how quickly they move! Pete and Tyne, the two lead characters in the story, have set up a website to track radical Islamic groups that are in their area.

When some strange things start to occur it is up to Pete and Tyne to figure out what is happening. Tyne follows the trail at home on the computer while Pete goes out to the field. The field is overseas in Israel and Afghanistan and even Cairo
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