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Arik Bar-Nathan, head of Caesarea Division,[1] sipped from his umpteenth cup of coffee. A fleshy, bearded man wearing a baseball cap stood at the bow of the boat, wearing a heavy pistol. Behind him, in the wider part of the boat, stood several men.

The drone camera zoomed on each of their faces in turn. Next to him is Asaad Ahmed Barakat, a businessman and one of Hezbollah's primary donors.

There's another man there I don't recognize,,," "Aiman Juma," observed Dr. One couldn't wish for better defense,,," The boat kissed the dock, and the company exited it and entered a minibus that awaited them. Two heavy motorcycles manned by Paraguay Police officers accompanied the minibus on its way to the heart of the mansion.

They're both making huge profits smuggling drugs and weapons and laundering money. The heads of the Triads in Hong Kong, specializing in human trafficking and brand piracy, are also going to be there along with representatives of the Columbian drug cartels. Others will probably join them later on today, people who donate profits from their businesses to the Hezbollah in order to ensure the continuous flow of drugs into South America from Afghanistan through Iran and the Beqaa Valley in Lebanon.

I'm certainly not going to cry at their funeral. The passengers disembarked and went inside. Only the bodyguards remained outside and chatted with the drivers of the armored limousines. Arik was pleased. Everything progressed according to plan.

In less than a minute, the drone crashed into the center of the villa with a huge blast. That was the signal. The Kidon detonated charges, planted in advance, inside the villa's wall and broke into the garden, riding ATVs. They opened fire from short range on the bodyguards with their submachine guns and hurled grenades into the spacious ballroom.

Some of the participants died on the spot, among them Ramzan Akhmatov. His younger son had only been lightly injured and was dragged outside as the fire subsided by his bodyguard. The local rescue and police forces were busy putting out fires, started by Mossad agents and local collaborators using incendiary bombs, and delayed from getting to the mansion. Under the cover of those actions, the Kidon retreated to the Argentinean border, where Arik and his Caesarea unit were already waiting to be debriefed.

It was only then that Arik learned about the telephone call Imad Husniyah had received seconds after he'd arrived at the mansion, a call intercepted by the listening station.

Arik reviewed the drone footage one more time. He had to examine it closely before he discovered the figure of a man breaking out through a back window, crossing the yard at a run, and throwing something over his head. Arik knew exactly what it was: the baseball cap, Imad Husniyah's trademark. In the nearby town of Foz do Iguacu lived a large community of Lebanese Shiites, the tenth largest and richest community in South America. The police, like the rest of the authorities and government institutions, were eager to please.

Someone there must have known something. Chapter 1 Spring, Arik woke to the sound of birds chirping among the branches of the erythrina tree outside his bedroom window. The digital clock gleamed with a green luminance.

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It was four forty-five AM. His hangover caused him to toss restlessly in bed. He gently removed the arm of the woman sleeping next to him from his chest and covered her tanned, shapely body with the satin sheet. All he remembered was that her name was Eva, and she had a PhD of some sort. She had a long German last name Arik had forgotten, perhaps because of the influence of the fine Zachlawi arak one of his agents had brought back from Lebanon.

He had drunk the strong alcoholic beverage to the last drop. After all, it was his surprise party, thrown for his fiftieth birthday. Arik brushed his teeth, dressed in a gray track suit, put on his battered New Balance running shoes, and headed down to the first floor.

From the large glass window, he could watch the Mediterranean Sea below the cliff, peaceful and smooth as the surface of a mirror. The first rays of dawn broke through the veil of clouds and swirled with green, gray and black. The porch was littered with last night's surprise party's leftovers: plates with salads, half-eaten fruit, half-filled glasses of alcohol, bread the wind had managed to dry and cakes snatched by a company of screaming seagulls.

Arik ignored the chaos. Others were in charge of organizing and cleaning the house. He preferred to focus on life's pleasures. Arik enjoyed good wine, exquisite food, thrillers, and espionage novels.

His kicks came from fast cars, renovating old Harley Davidson motorcycles, off-road riding, and strong women who felt comfortable with short-term relationships. Now tell me again why this is a system we should not be fighting tooth and nail?

So what if some books may become hard to acquire. Is not the end goal worth small sacrifices of fictional or non-fictional works that may not even benefit your life in the long term if you read them?

If I produce quality work, I should receive compensation. However, I do mind very much if you email my book to five or your friends — for free of course, because YOU paid for it, and therefore YOU can do whatever you want — and then they in turn do the same thing.


Could this turn into millions? Unless, of course, we use the music industry as an example of what could happen. Call this a lesson in morality. But we can trust you right? Sure — you would never give something away like a music or a movie or a book — of course not. But a million other people would. This insight is very valuable to me.

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I will be holding out publishing my books until we see what happens. Of course, the best solution is economic. I will not publish it in e-form — only paper.

If you want to copy my 1, pages on a copier, then go for it. How much toner and paper is that going to cost?

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And your time too — at 20 cents an hour… Who has won here now? Think it over. If you can. Marie October 30, at pm That is somewhat shortsighted… MOST good writers are publishing in ebook format simply because they KNOW that it is less expensive than publishing print books, and that a well produced and easy to use format is LESS likely to be pirated..

Apparently you didnt learn anything from the napster debacle. As for publishing your book ONLY in print… yeah. Cause print always stays that way, talking about toner and ink costs..

There is no way you are intelligent enough to write more than a childrens book if you believe that heh. How do you think ebooks got started?

I helped him out with a few of my own that he was having a hard time finding.I suggest having an images directory right below the Book Root Directory, to contain all image files. His boss wants her as an informant. You can make all the copies you want, since there is no revenue to be lost.

This includes blank command rosters and datasheets which you can photocopy and use to keep track of your campaign. On the other end of the border, in the Argentinean town of Puerto Iguazu, a small group of men wearing faded khaki uniforms sat and closely watched the images transmitted by the drone onto a computer screen. He preferred to focus on life's pleasures.

Taking the underlying principle of conflict, one approach to ceaseless, restless experimentation is to employ the principle in an experiment of randomness. And… Nope, that's it.