By Edward Kosner No intelligence agency in the world has quite the crafty mystique of Mossad, Israel’s spy service. Shrewd, patient and ruthless, Mossad’s spooks are celebrated for their triumphs, and even the rare known failures are legendary in their way. ...

Spies Like Them By Daniella Greenbaum Davis Isaac Shoshan was born in Aleppo in the early 1920s. The son of a janitor, he grew up poor, living in a small space with several other families, eating mostly flatbreads cooked with the help of cow dung. His mother...

I'll be heading out soon to the U.S. and Canada to promote Spies of No Country. Here are the upcoming events open to the public. I'd be happy to see you there! Fri. March 1, Phoenix, AZ. Brandeis Book and Author Event 2019, Westin Kierland Resort...

Spies of No Country  comes out today in France, published by Editions Liana Levi, and translated by Anne Rabinovitch. Pictured on the cover is the great Yakuba Cohen, one of the four spies at the center of the story...