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Reviewed by Janelle Fila for Readers' Favorite
House Divided by Peter G. Pollak is a terrorist thriller full of action and explosions. It starts with a bomb exploding in the American Israel Alliance headquarters in Washington, D.C. United States President Wheatfield asks professor and retired CIA agent Leonard Robbins to join a counter terrorism task force to deal with these kinds of terrorist threats. But the threat hits a little too close to home when Leonard's daughter, Courtney, joins the radical Students for Palestinian Justice (SPJ) at her college university. Mrs. Robbins wants Courtney to make her own decisions, but Leonard fears for her safety. Anti-Israeli terrorists have started recruiting SPJ members to bomb Jewish organizations and they are interested in using Courtney as their next carrier. While her parents are worried about her, neither of them have any idea how much danger their daughter really is in until it is almost too late.
House Divided by Peter G. Pollak is an exciting, explosive story that keeps readers glued to their seats! It is a wild ride that readers of the thriller and espionage genres will love. They won't be able to turn the pages fast enough. Pollak does a nice job of setting up the imminent threat, and readers will be sucked into this world of darkness and brainwashing. It is a timely topic that unfortunately hits a little too close to home. But that makes the story all the more edgy and will have readers talking about it long after the last page is read.