Iran wants a foothold in the western hemisphere. They’ve sent Revolutionary Guard black ops expert, Colonel Ali Anwar al Qalmini, to South America to get it.
Qalmini’s team: the beautiful and ruthless Contessa Selena de Alvarez—mysterious international broker of criminal services; Nouri al-Surriman, Hezbollah operative with South American ties; Oskar Vlak Straudner, an obsessed politician willing to work with anyone who will secure his assent to power. Together, they plan to unleash chaos, topple a government and install an Iranian-backed puppet regime right under the noses of the US and its allies.
Veteran Mossad operative Micha Cohen sees what is happening, but having been written off by his old Israeli comrades, no one believes him. Only Kafka Dayan—former commando with Israel’s elite Shayetet 13—and a small band of mercenaries and old friends are willing to take the field with Cohen to uncover and destroy the Iranian operation. Outmatched, Cohen and his hard-scrabble team will need all of their resources and skills…along with a hefty amount of luck…to win this deadly game.
The Montevideo Game is a finely plotted espionage thriller with highly realistic military action in the tradition of Frederick Forsyth and Tom Clancy.
From Marine infantry to Army police, after twelve years in the service, a master's degree in intelligence, and having studied covert operations and conflicts around the world, I'm applying what I've learned to my writing.