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Imagine if Israeli Prime Minister Eli Cohen returns from his first official meeting in Washington with the newly elected President of the United States. The message from the president is clear: Israel is alone in its struggle to halt the Iranian nuclear program. But there's a big problem: Israel has no viable plan to attack Iran without American help. Frustration grows and time passes as the Israeli Defense Forces are mired in conventional thinking. Should Israel use its nuclear weapons in a first strike? After all, the very existence of the nation is at stake. Then a brilliant young Mossad agent named Amit Margolis offers a suggestion that is anything but conventional. The radical concept is embraced by Prime Minister Cohen and his small group of advisors known as the Kitchen Cabinet. The plan to destroy the Iranian nuclear program becomes known as "Esther's Sling."
What is the secret that allows the IAF to attack Iran in a single sortie without any overt American help? Are nuclear weapons necessary? Will it work? The answers lie in Esther's Sling.
Ben Brunson is the author of the new thriller Esther’s Sling. Esther’s Sling is about an Israeli attack on Iran’s nuclear program without overt U.S. military involvement. The novel reviews Israel’s strategic position, the conception of the plan, the preparation and, finally, the execution. Ben is also the author of the historical thriller The Falstaff Enigma, a novel about the Soviet Union in 1983 during the short reign of Yuri Andropov and the threat of World War III.
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Back2Us Radio gets a one on one exclusive inside the mind of the hottest writer, producer, and director Teresa Dowell Vest.
Terésa Dowell-Vest is a three time Geoffrey Award winning director and a NAACP Theater Award nominee. She is the owner and CEO of Diva Blue Productions, Publishing and Photography. Her credits include directing, writing, acting (stage and film), production design (film). She has worked on stages in New York City, Virginia and Los Angeles. In film, Teresa is a production designer, writer, director, and producer. She served as the production designer on feature films: "Dead Tone" , Flip the Script , Wifey and Showstoppers. In 1999, she wrote Vinegar Hill, a play commissioned by Live Arts Theatre in her hometown of Charlottesville, Virginia. Vinegar Hill was reviewed by the Pulitzer Prize board in 2001. Recently, Terésa directed the short film "Stuck" starring Monique Currnen ("The Dark Knight", "The Fast and the Furious") and Erika Ringor ("Love and Basketball"). She was recently featured in a two page article about her superhero series "Genesis" in the premiere issue of Cinematiq, a new filmmaker's magazine. Terésa is recently published a coffee table book and multimedia exhibit, "The Box 69: Teresa relocated to Atlanta from LA where she taught acting for film and producing at the American Musical and Dramatic Academy in Hollywood. Currently: Director of two films "Shi
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