Timothy S. Jacobson has been a U.S. Air Force Auxiliary (Civil Air Patrol) mission pilot, attorney, writer, documentary filmmaker, dot-com executive, conservationist, blacksmith, and inspirational speaker with a black belt in karate and an advanced scuba diving certification. He has traveled through parts of the Middle East and stared down the barrels of machine guns wielded by screaming soldiers while investigating firsthand some of the security and political issues embroiling the region. He is a student of Russian language and history. In the Civil Air Patrol, Major Jacobson has flown Homeland Security training exercises in which the Air National Guard has intercepted the plane he is flying with armed F-16 fighter jets. His skilled legal advocacy led Law & Politics and Milwaukee Magazine to jointly name him a “Super Lawyer,” and he has appeared and advocated before the United States Supreme Court. USA Today said, “If … Jacobson[‘s firm] isn’t careful, it may wind up giving lawyers a good name.” Saint Paul Pioneer Press called his firm “one of the most Internet-savvy law firms in existence.” His leadership of a nonprofit conservancy resulted in the organization being recognized as “Land Trust of the Year” and “Friend of Conservation - Outstanding Organization.” He has published magazine articles about international peace and justice issues, computer security, law and land conservation. Frequently, he has been profiled on TV, in newspapers and magazines for his legal and conservation work and his involvement in international issues. The Kurchatov Penetration is Jacobson's first published novel.
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The Kurchatov Penetration
by Timothy Jacobson
The Russian mafiya tricks a teenage American computer hacker into helping steal plutonium for sale to the Islamic Republic of Iran. In a cascade of intrigue, the fate of the world suddenly hangs in the balance as the mafiya, the hacker, and the governments of Russia, America and Iran scratch and claw for control of the most dangerous and powerful element on Earth.
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