BeWrite Books, 2002 - 316 pages
BLOOD MONEY is AZAM GILL'S starkly realistic novel of love and hate in the murky world of international terrorism, mercenary soldiering, dirty banking and underground government agencies. Gill, with the skill of a master story teller and the authority of an actual former insider, writes a gritty story of star-crossed love against a scenario strikingly close to that which may have led up to the attack on the Twin Towers ?
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