Coming soon: An award-winning best-selling Israeli suspense novel exploring the murky world of spies, politicians, and personal dilemmas, and how far one should go for a noble cause.
The office of the Prime Minister of Israel has received a threatening message with an unusual request. The message threatens to reveal the identity of a high-value source, code-named ‘Tabasco,” who operates in an enemy country and provides critical information to Israel. Uri, a senior intelligence officer in line for a promotion, has been assigned the task of rescuing the source before the threat becomes a reality. Meanwhile, he must deal with the heavy suspicion placed on the source’s case officer, his best friend, along with the intrigues of his superiors and an old love interest that has resurfaced. It soon becomes clear to Uri that the danger threatens not only Israel’s security but also his family and professional future.
The novel follows the intertwined efforts of the Israeli intelligence community, spanning several countries, in a race against time to uncover and capture the anonymous blackmailer. However, behind the scenes they are being woven into a web of self-interested and opportunistic plots within the political echelons. Junior players’ naivety collides with the cynicism and cunning of senior politicians, causing innocent people to pay personal prices and harming essential interests.
With a fast-paced plot that moves between the world of espionage, politics, and power struggles, The End Justifies reveals how intelligence organizations operate and the behind the scenes of important decisions made in the State of Israel, providing intriguing insights into the relationships of decision-makers. However, it is much more than just a fascinating espionage thriller. It delves into essential questions, such as to what extent we really know the people close to us, whether we fully comprehend the processes occurring in our own lives, and, most importantly, whether the end justifies the means.