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Review Foreword Reviews ? ? ? ? ?With an international scope and surprising plot twists, A. M. Khalifa storms the thriller scene with his debut novel, Terminal Rage. He pulls off something that is often difficult to do in the crime-thriller genre--he keeps the novel unpredictable and lays out a plot so twisted that the puzzle picture morphs as more pieces are added. The mixture of clear, concise action, out-of-the-box characters, global settings, and didn't-see-that-coming twists creates a craving for more when the last page is turned.From Publishers WeeklyThe plot twists in Khalifa's thriller are dizzying, intricate, and entertaining. The negotiations with the post-Mubarak generalship and the description of the Egyptian prison are among the best set pieces of the book, displaying a wry grasp of Egyptian mores and deft pacing. The clever plot twist that turns this novel from a hostage drama to a byzantine account of staggering theft and calculated revenge is appealing.? Read more From the Author A former FBI hostage negotiator with a dark past faces off with an enigmatic man determined to right old wrongs through extreme measures. Read more See all Editorial Reviews

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