The Bathsheba Deadline: An Original Novel

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  • Publish Date: 2014-09-02
  • Binding: Paperback
  • Author: Jack Engelhard

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Bestselling novelist Jack Engelhard (Indecent Proposal) has produced a heroic work of literature. This is a superb, gutsy novel. The Bathsheba Deadline is a newsroom thriller ripped from the headlines. The present day action takes place in a Manhattan newsroom where three leading journalists find themselves caught in a sizzling three-way love triangle that may lead to murder in the Middle East (Israel). You will never forget Jay Garfield and you absolutely will never forget Lyla. Politics and sex mixed in with the war on terror provoke life-and-death rifts within the editorial staff. Journalists with the power to influence public opinion have lost their neutrality and have taken sides. Readers are taken behind the scenes and into the newsrooms where they are shown how headlines are made and often manipulated to favor one side over another. Media bias usually against Israel? Read all about it in Engelhard's stirring pages. The war for survival in a New York City newsroom mirrors the clash of civilizations here, in the Middle East, and around the world.

A rousing thriller about clashing ideals, clashing moral standards, and clashing civilizations. The Bathsheba Deadline is a page-turner with much more than just entertainment (although it delivers that in abundance); it is an insightful, courageous look inside the headlines. Bravo, Jack Engelhard.
- Robert Spencer, author

Engelhard writes with the sparseness of Hemingway and the moral intensity of I.B. Singer.
- Michael Foster, author

Jack Engelhard is a writer without peer and the conscience of us all.
- John W. Cassell, author of Crossroads: 1969

About the Author:
Contemporaries have hailed novelist Jack Engelhard as the last Hemingway and of being a writer without peer and the conscience of us all. The New York Times commended the economy of his prose... precise, almost clinical language. His bestselling novel Indecent Proposal made him internationally famous as the foremost chronicler of moral dilemmas and of topics dealing with temptation. Works that followed won him an even greater following, such as Escape from Mount Moriah, his book of memoirs that won awards for writing and for film. His latest novel Compulsive draws us into the mind of a compulsive gambler in a work stunningly brilliant and original, and seductively readable. Engelhard writes a weekly column for The Washington Times. His website:

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