The Eagle and the Child: The Child

The Eagle and the Child: The Child S. Khubiar
  • Title: The Eagle and the Child: The Child
  • Author: S. Khubiar
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  • Page: 120
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  • The Eagle and the Child: The Child S. Khubiar The Eagle and the Child The Child Working for the Mossad was never as dangerous as retiring from it Shahla is an Israeli asset concealed in her American job and an injury leads to a new life with a man who restores her body and soul
    Working for the Mossad was never as dangerous as retiring from it Shahla is an Israeli asset concealed in her American job, and an injury leads to a new life with a man who restores her body and soul The forbidden union challenges the couple when Shahla s Persian Jewish culture clashes with his The marriage is further complicated when she refuses to discuss her past, anWorking for the Mossad was never as dangerous as retiring from it Shahla is an Israeli asset concealed in her American job, and an injury leads to a new life with a man who restores her body and soul The forbidden union challenges the couple when Shahla s Persian Jewish culture clashes with his The marriage is further complicated when she refuses to discuss her past, and an unseen figure for whom she has affection overshadows their marriage The family Passover answers many questions about this clandestine visitor, but the celebration turns deadly Shahla is drawn into a war not her own, and the massacre leads to an unimaginable chain of events When the Mossad and her trade craft fail, only faith remains The Child is the first book of the Eagle and Child trilogy.
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    About S. Khubiar


    1. S Khubiar is a retired federal law enforcement officer The author enjoys using fiction to explore multilayered themes drawn from work experience, religious observance, and the existential challenges to Persian immigrants in both America and Israel Although The Eagle the Child trilogy is subtly infused with Passover themes, the new short story series is called Skhubi Snacks Skhubi Snacks are centered around Jewish holidays, and the author likes to use wordplay to conceal a layer of meaning beneath the action That wordplay opens up a sometimes playful, yet sometimes serious level of meaning to Jewish readers More information about The Eagle the Child Trilogy may be found at theeagleandthechild


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    1. S Khubiar writes an action full alternative spooks universeI was excited to discover a spy thriller which is not really a spy thriller in the traditional sense, and went straight to the task of reading the 346 pages long Eagle and the Child The Child , S Khubiar s debut thriller, which opens the Eagle and the Child trilogy.Shahla Markow, is an American Israeli of Persian Iranian ethnicity, who works for the Federal Bureau of Prisons as a self defence instructor After suffering a shoulder injury [...]

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    2. The Eagle And The Child by S.Khubiar is a contemporary political thriller that marries political espionage with an ordinary life It is an epic read that will have you chewing your finger nails and your emotions ebbing and flowing.The novel is about identity Who are we The leading lady is a complex mix of incredibly strong and unbelievably vulnerable Her strength of body lies with her strength of mind Her vulnerability is what endears her to the reader.There are many instances of racism and preju [...]

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    3. Brutal and heart wrenching What a tumultuous story but well worth reading There are so many highs and lows that you can t put it down Disturbing but well worthwhile.

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    4. A friend recommended that I read The Eagle and the Child series I was hooked after the first few pages These books affected me in ways that I never expected The characters were real and raw, which left me feeling the same I was intrigued by the double life led by the main character, Shahla She is such a dichotomy On the one hand, she is a strong and even lethal woman of espionage On the other, she is a meek and obedient Persian Messianic Jew, which is an entirely different display of strength Th [...]

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    5. This book is multifaceted It grabs you from the beginning and takes you on a journey with a women who is small in stature, child like even but also a lethal woman of espionage I am reminded of the dedication to Pat from John Steinbeck s East of Eden when he said, Well, here s your box Nearly everything I have is in it, and it is not full Pain and excitement are in it, and feeling good or bad and evil thoughts and good thoughts the pleasure of design and some despair and the indescribable joy of [...]

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    6. LOVE THIS AUTHOR LOVED EVERY BOOK.Please see my reviews on for this series under SBKL I wish I knew how to transfer reviews from to GR.I use for reviews most of the time bc it is where I purchase the books.I cant import them to GR without reviewing them first on Must be a better way Maybe, just maybe this could be a reason for lack of reviews from readers to authors

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    7. Unbelieable I have seldom read a book dealing so strongly with human character, emotion, spirituality and love These characters are so flawed and still powerful Beyond that, the suspense and international mystery are compelling I could not put it down

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    8. Excellent Great story, great characters Can t say enough about the book You ll love the characters so much and the story too.

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    9. The story starts out slower but not in a bad way This story gets INTENSE It s also Fabulous It also shows the intricate ways of one of the main characters, Shahla Shah And how she meets the other main character, Philip and how their relationship develops over time It s not going to be an easy one Shah is complicated and intriguing mix of a kick butt fighting woman when needed, skilled and ruthless But that has been trained deeply into her and isn t who she really is It s almost like she never re [...]

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    10. A friend recommended that I read The Eagle and the Child series I was hooked after the first few pages These books affected me in ways that I never expected The characters were real and raw, which left me feeling the same I was intrigued by the double life led by the main character, Shahla She is such a dichotomy On the one hand, she is a strong and even lethal woman of espionage On the other, she is a meek and obedient Persian Messianic Jew, which is an entirely different display of strength Th [...]

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