Best Books To Read In Your Weekends

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Pandemic and Pandemonium

As a youngster, I was fascinated with science-fiction and adventure novels. My favourite author was Scottish novelist Alistair MacLean (1922-1987), master of popular thrills and breathtaking plots. Three of his books -The Guns of Navarone, Ice Station Zebra and Where Eagles Dare – were made into blockbuster films. Selling over 150 million copies worldwide, he was rightly titled as one of the best-selling authors of all time.

Revenge of the Yazidi Sex Slaves

Dr. Sharma Jassem was sure she'd seen him before. She strained her memory, and the answer pierced her mind like a sharp surgical scalpel: Abu-Bakr al-Baghdadi, the supreme commander of the Jihadist militant group ISIS. "Doctor, there's a rumor that you encourage pregnant Yazidi women not to have an abortion", he hissed. "It means that you are preventing my soldiers from sleeping with infidels, as the holy Quran tells us!" A note of threat crept into his voice. "Whoever violates the will of Allah is doomed to die!"Revenge of the Yazidi Sex Slaves unfolds the dire fate of numerous Yazidi girls and young women, spoils of war for the ISIS militants. 15 years later, they avenge their sexual abuse in an amazing scheme.Revenge of the Yazidi Sex Slaves is written in the best tradition of conspiracies master, K.G. Isaac.

Devil's Bride

A breathtaking mystical and erotic thriller that goes beyond imagination

Rabbi Menahem Mendel Schul, a reputable Jerusalemite matchmaker, is forced to take upon himself a 'satanic' assignment: finding a suitable human match for the Devil! He has exactly one year to accomplish the mission, or else his body and soul will go through the Seven Halls of Hell. Will he meet the deadline?