Does this sound like your cup of literary tea?
It all started with a simple idea, the idea of a City on the Heights. But as the competing visions of an orphaned teenager from Mosul, an Islamic State commander and a well-meaning American Jew come together, the result is a dangerous and combustible mix. In the end, the future of the City – and of the entire Middle East – hinges on the wisdom and dedication of a young battle-scarred woman.
If so, let me know what you think of City on the Heights, currently the 3,925,075th best-selling book on Amazon, recently self-published by my pal Joseph Cox — either $2.99 or free if you have Kindle Unlimited. The 11 reader reviews are mostly 5 star and nothing lower than 4.
But maybe the reviewers are all his cousins. Take a look and write a review of your own. (And watch this 45-second trailer. More compelling than the blurb.)
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