Black Dove (Robin Wyatt Dunn) ISBN 978-1-988397-46-7
"A terse , taut read sometimes miserably bleak splintered with moments of dark humour and heightened poetics."
-- Saira Viola, author of Jukebox
Love and war in the Middle East:
Robert is a disillusioned reporter; Rachel an agent for Mossad. Modeled on the Song of Solomon, Black Dove explores the intricate interconnectedness between love and war, violence and friendship, and the complicated relationship between the United States and Israel.
When Robert moves to Jerusalem to chase his beloved, he finds that changing addressees changes something within him, and he abandons the role of disinterested observer to aid in the transformation of the Middle East, and the United States. But what he discovers is that Mossad is actually working against a Jewish-only state, and that to aid the Palestinian people they must subvert parts of their own government.
Black Dove reveals how the Middle East is a crucible for change around the world, and in the human heart.