Free flash fiction 'Olympic Honour' by Tracey Vale to revisit a tragic event in Olympic history

With the 40th anniversary of the Munich Massacre fast approaching, author Tracey Vale has written a free flash fiction that places a character close to one of the terrorists. A twist on one of the most traumatic events of Olympic history. Ether books
Aug. 8, 2012 - PRLog -- Free flash fiction ebook available from Ether books with their free app ready for download: Simply download the app, then look up 'Olympic Honour' by Tracey Vale.

September 2012 marks 40 years since one of the most tragic events in Olympic Games history--the Munich Massacre, occurring in the second week of the 1972 Summer Olympics in Munich, Bavaria.

How would you feel if you were one of the relatives of the terrorists responsible for the Munich Massacre?

During the Games, members of the Israeli team were taken hostage, and eventually killed, by the Palestinian group, Black September.

Eleven Israeli athletes were killed, robbed of their chance at Olympic glory, along with an Israeli coach and a West German police officer.

Author, Tracey Vale explores what could have happened if a close family member of one of the terrorists defected to Israel.

Read her account in this flash fiction read, titled 'Olympic Honour', available for a limited time at Ether Books. Download their free app and look up the title or author.

The free ebook is available for a limited time. Revisit a twist on one of the most shocking and traumatic events of Olympic history. Download the free Ether Books app here: and look for Tracey Vale's "Olympic Honour".

Ether Books publish flash fiction or 'quick reads', excellent for reading while commuting, waiting or for general entertainment.
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