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J. BOWYER BELL (1931 – 2003) was an American historian, artist and art critic. He was best known as a terrorism expert.
Murders on the Nile takes us into a murky underworld of Egyptian exiles, Palestinian and Iranian militants, and Arabs waging jihad in Afghanistan—all of them joined together by a dream of violence, freedom and vengeance. By the beginning of the twenty first century, these Islamist zealots had filled their ranks with holy men and hijackers, charismatic preachers and street thugs. Their yearning for the paradise of an imagined past had become a conspiracy found only along the Nile but ultimately along the Hudson as well.