Angel's Don't Die

Novel war
by Soren Paul Petrek

Publisher: Éditions Encre Rouge

Publication Date: January 15, 2019

ISBN: 9782377891559

Binding: Kobo eBook

Availability: eBook

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Madeleine Toche, the best WWII assassin, is called to save an American agent taken in hostage in the middle of Israel.

When an American agent is taken hostage, famed WWII assassin, Madeleine Toche resurfaces to rescue him, taking on the PLO and all comers in the middle of Israel’s Yom Kippur War. Toche, feared as the Angel of Death, must send the PLO a bloody message, release the agent or die. With the help of the Mossad, Toche unleashes her fury, leaving a path of destruction everywhere she goes.

Discover the adventures of Madeleine Toche in a new thriller and follow her on her plans to save an American agent taken hostage.


Madeleine, John, and Jack sorted through several weapons John kept in an expanded storm shelter in his backyard. It had been renovated and expanded to accommodate several storage lockers and a gun range. Few people other than himself had ever seen the extent of the collection of firearms and explosives he kept in anticipation of some future event only he could foresee.
“I think it’s prudent to be prepared with some automatic weapons and at least one sniper rifle,” Madeleine advised.
John nodded. “I also think it would be best not to use American-made weapons in case we have to leave any behind. I’d rather not start an international incident, at least not one that looks like it was started by the US.”
“We both worked with Russian weapons during the war,” Jack said casually. “And I’ve kept current on the newer models.”
“How current?” John asked him.
“I’m semi-retired from MI6. Sort of a consultant, you might say.” Jack glanced toward Madeleine.
“You and MI6 can have your ‘cold war,’ Jack,” Madeleine said.
“MI6 will pass on anything the CIA will give us and some of their own intel too, at least I hope so,” John said.
“They better help. Jack is no longer in the field but learned many secrets during the war and the ...