Thursday at Noon by William F. Brown

‘Thursday at Noon’, last year’s new fiction release on Kindle Prime and Kindle Select from an author with over 500 Five Star! Amazon Reviews. It was originally published as a Joan Kahn Imprint hardback murder mystery by St. Martin’s Press, by Harlequin’s Gold Eagle in paperback, and in a dozen foreign editions. This top fiction book is a murder mystery and thriller novel you can’t put down, and has been selected for a Stipend Award by Audible, the Amazon and I-Tunes audio book subsidiary, for production of the Audio Book edition. It already has 97 Amazon reviews, 52 of which are Five Star, an average of 4.5. I’m sure those who read my other top fiction novels will enjoy it. It was reviewed favorably in the New Yorker and in many other major publications in the US. Set in Egypt in 1962, this thriller novel focuses on Richard Thomson, a burned-out CIA Agent. He is already having a very bad day when someone leaves a corpse lying on the rear steps of his hotel. Its head has been lopped off like a ripe melon and has been posed so it could look back down at its own body. The body belongs to Mahmoud Yussuf, a fat, petty thief who tried to sell Thomson photographs of a long-abandoned RAF base in the Egyptian desert. What the photos have to do with a dead Israeli Mossad agent, Islamist fanatics, Nazi rocket scientists, the Jihadist Moslem Brotherhood, and two missing Egyptian tank regiments could start the next Arab-Israeli War or stop it. Like ‘Night of the Generals’, this espionage and military thriller novel is a murder mystery wrapped inside an international crisis and a tense political thriller from the author of 'Aim True, My Brothers,' 'Winner Lose All,', 'The Undertaker,' 'Amongst My Enemies,' and 'Burke's War,' to be released next month.