Author John Carpenter’s new book ‘The Gaza Protocol’ tells the thrilling story of a security officer caught in the middle of a foreign conflict while on vacation abroad


John Carpenter, a professional firearms instructor who has worked on five different continents, has completed his new book “The Gaza Protocol”: a spellbinding action-packed story following one man’s fight to save a foreign country from a conflict that threatens everyone it touches.

“While on a social trip to Israel, TI finds himself in the midst of a series of attacks that threaten to engulf the region in a nuclear confrontation,” Carpenter writes. “Once again he is forced to find a solution as the situation spirals out of control. With a small international team, TI rushes to stop a conflagration that threatens to explode.

Published by Page Publishing, John Carpenter’s suspenseful story will leave readers on the edge of their seat as TI’s journey unfolds. Will he and his newly formed team manage to overcome their differences and work together to save the lives of many, or will the threat of calamity prove too great an enemy?

Readers wishing to experience this spellbinding work can purchase “The Gaza Protocol” in bookstores around the world, or online at Apple’s iTunes Store, Amazon, Google Play or Barnes and Noble.

For more information or media requests, contact Page Publishing at 866-315-2708.

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