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Publisher's Summary

In 1973, a gunman fired five shots into Colonel Joe Alon, a kind, unassuming Israeli Air Force pilot. As it turned out, Alon wasn't just a pilot and family man - he was a high-ranking Israeli military official and hero of the Israeli Air Force. The assassin was never found, and the case was closed. As a counterterrorism special agent, Fred Burton reopened the case and pursued the killer.
From swirling dogfights over Egypt and Hanoi to gun battles on the streets of Beirut, this action-packed history spans the globe and several fraught decades in our history. Chasing Shadows spins a gripping tale of agents, double agents, terrorists, and heroes as Burton chases leads around the globe in an effort to solve this decades-old murder.
©2011 Fred Burton (P)2011 Dreamscape Media, LLC
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5 out of 5 stars
By Deb on 04-04-18

Well done

Great research and well told story. Very interesting history in the background of the story of the death of Alon and I’m sure, much satisfaction for the family.

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4 out of 5 stars
By W. A. Weeks on 12-01-11

A history of terrorism

This book really shows how blind we have been to the terrorism threat throughout the world for the last 30+ years. Well worth the listen!

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