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The Saudi-Iranian War

by Ted Halstead  US United States

March 1, 2019   |    592 reads    |   0 comments

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The Saudi-Iranian War - Book coverIran has long wanted to overthrow the Saudi monarchy, so it can control Mecca and Medina. Will three nuclear weapons and an armored invasion let them succeed?
The two Russian agents introduced in The Second Korean War have orders to stop Iran’s plans, but to even partly succeed they’ll have to get the help of the General in charge of Russian forces in Syria. Convincing the General will require a persuasive, in person account by someone with direct knowledge of Iran’s nuclear program. Getting her out of Iran...won’t be easy.
The Saudis naturally ask the US for help. But with all US military bases near Saudi Arabia recently closed, only a risky experimental program is available. Will it work in time?

Author's Note: 

This book is the sequel to The Second Korean War, and features the same two Russian agents, Vladivostok homicide detective Anatoly Grishkov and FSB agent Andrei Vasilyev.

About The Author

Ted Halstead served twenty-five years in the State Department as a Foreign Service Officer, most of it overseas, and was promoted to the Senior Foreign Service after his second tour at US Embassy Riyadh. His tours included four years at US Embassy Seoul, and two years at the East Asia Pacific Bureau in DC. He is a National War College graduate, and served for three years at a regional US military headquarters.

Other books by Ted Halstead

The End of Russia’s War in Ukraine - Book cover
The Second Korean War - Book cover
The End of America’s War in Afghanistan - Book cover

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