First Reviews are in for House Divided – the heart-wrenching story of a war no family should have to fight alone
Peter G. Pollak’s thriller depicts the dire consequences of allowing Islamic terrorism to infiltrate American shores
ELKRIDGE, MD – February 22, 2015 – The first reviews are in for House Divided, Peter G. Pollak’s 90,000-word thriller.
Adele Brinkley, owner of With Pen in Hand editorial services, writes: “I must say that you tell one terrific story. I really enjoyed reading it. Your use of dialogue to tell the majority of the story still amazes me. You also did a great job with characterization, plot, the outcome, and the wrap up. I am truly impressed.”
Nathan Van Coops, author of In Times Like These and The Chronothon, writes: “Peter G. Pollak gives us a thriller that hits close to home in House Divided. Writing from an obvious depth of knowledge on the political forces involved in the Israel-Palestine conflict, he presents us with a plausible and terrifying glimpse of what could happen when the fallout of Middle East tension lands on American shores.
“Pollak’s easy style and heavy research into the reality of modern day terrorism make for compelling reading.”
A reader name Rebecca posts on Amazon: “This book is very well written. The characters are great, the plot is perfectly paced and is very written in the “edge of your seat” kind of style.”
A reader named Judie also on Amazon writes: “HOUSE DIVIDED presents a lot of information in a very readable format that most people can recognize. Its main emphasis is the way our government does and could respond to terror threats.”
About the Novel
In House Divided, Leonard and Alison Robbins disagree about how big a mistake their college student daughter is making by joining the radical Students for Palestinian Justice. Neither, however, foresees the life-threatening danger that lies ahead.
About the Author
Before starting a career writing novels, Peter G. Pollak was an educator, journalist, and entrepreneur. His first novel, a political thriller, The Expendable Man, came out early in 2011. Making the Grade, a murder mystery, followed in the spring of 2012; a suspense story Last Stop on Desolation Ridge appeared in January 2013 and Pollak’s second mystery In the Grade was published in November 2013.
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