Tuesday, March 17, 2009

Hi there. Great news!!! My novel, "Tomorrow in Jerusalem" is now available on SMASHWORDS. Here's how to get it:
(1) Google "Smashwords"
(2) Join: it's free
(3) Select: "Fiction"
(4) Type in book title under search
(5) Be patient, takes a while to download
(6) Enjoy

Wednesday, February 25, 2009


Welcome and thanks for visiting my blog. PLEASE PASS THIS BLOG ADDRESS ON TO YOUR FRIENDS.

Well!!!!! Finally published. Check out Amazon.com. Here's the scoop about my book, Tomorrow in Jersualem.

Tomorrow in Jerusalem, 93,800 words, by Carl M. Caplan is a political thriller immersed within the continuing struggle of the Israeli-Palestinian conflict.

In an attempt to further the aims of Palestinian nationality, a sinister plot is hatched between a former Palestinian refugee turned assassin and a mysterious French power broker. As international pressure is placed on finding a peace accord between Israel and the Palestinian territories, an affluent small Virginia town experiences a terrorist attack of major consequence. Clergy and worshippers become the victims of brutal slayings during the Jewish holy day service of Yom Kippur. Witnesses to the murders are horrified as two prestigious members of the synagogue take part in the massacre and flee from the grasps of a stunned congregation. Enter investigators hard-nosed sheriff John Benson and federal agent David Mercer, the latter on a mission to revenge the death of his fiancée, a victim of the Yom Kippur carnage.

In an international tale of intrigue, politico-economic intensity and historical perspective, the reader is taken into the esoteric world of fanaticism and high finance. Khalid Kaveh, suave, resourceful, notorious assassin and product of a Gaza refuge camp, becomes the focus of hostilities in his attempt to bring to fruition the destruction of the State of Israel.

Targeted Audience: Adult readers of international political thrillers

Credentials: author of six texts, over 400 articles, three software programs, audiotape series, monthly column for two national magazines. Lectured in forty states and Canada. Former faculty member Georgetown University, University of Maryland

Contacts: Carl M. Caplan, D.D.S., M.B.A. 2910 Lightfoot Drive
Baltimore, MD 21209-1452