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Marilyn Horowitz's the Book of Zev Available for 99 cents TODAY!

“What would you do if you knew you could stop evil?”
An exciting thriller about two gentle people who prevent a terrorist from blowing up the U.N. and Israel. 

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Praise for Marilyn Ida Horowitz and The Book of Zev
“This provocative novel weaves together suspenseful action, torrid sex, wrenching emotion, Jewish mysticism, and the deepest fears at the heart of our times.”
–Kenneth John Atchity, Hollywood producer and author of The Messiah Matrix

“A galvanizing work combining espionage, paranormal phenomena, religion, intrigue, and the realization that everything is political. Horowitz synthesizes these ideas within a psychological tapestry that showcases the decisionmaking prowess of a woman juggling survival and cultural identity.”
–Charles Coleman, Film Program Director, Facets Cinémathèque, Chicago

“A fast-paced political thriller that never loses sight of its heart: a skeptical woman searching for love and a faith she can live with, all while saving the world. A truly original heroine.”
–Chap Taylor, screenwriter, Changing Lanes

“Funny, fast-paced, and highly enjoyable.”
–D.P. Lyle, award-winning author of the Samantha Cody and Dub Walker thriller series

“A devilishly delicious feast and deeply imagined comedic thriller blending Kabbalah, the Bible, contemporary times, geopolitics, and life's absurdities in Portnoyesque fashion.”
–Mark Rubinstein, award-winning author of Mad Dog House and Love Gone Mad

“A fun book, original and full of surprises.”
–Abby Westlake, writer and widow of author Donald Westlake

“Horowitz's storytelling—twisty, sexy, smart—is so skillful, it's hard to believe this is her debut novel.”
–Michael Zam, former Associate Director of Programs in Humanities, NYU

“Well-drawn complex characters, tight suspense, action, and a healthy sprinkle of sexuality make this book a satisfying read.”
–Kristen Houghton, award-winning author of For I Have Sinned: A Cate Harlow Private Investigation

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