A dizzying espionage plot and family drama are charged in Mishka Ben-David's new book. During a mission abroad, Amnon Zanzori, a veteran and highly accomplished agent operator of the Mossad, is asked to his astonishment to recruit his own son, Carmel, with whom he had lost contact years ago. Carmel, who lives in Baku with a local woman, doing business with a company suspected of smuggling deadly weapons for the Iranians, and it is important for the Mossad to take advantage of this. However, Carmel carries a heavy burden in his heart towards the State of Israel as well. The meeting between father and son overflows with old grudges, unresolved accounts and great pain. After beating Carmel's soul Nevertheless, we had to help - but the tension between them adds to the bubble, putting both of them at risk. Together they are swept into a rhythmic and shaking espionage plot, which takes place between the shores of the Caspian Sea, on smuggling ships, in an Iranian port and in the rooms of the Mossad and the Russian and American spy services. The threat to the existence of the country Turns out to be much more serious and immediate than they first thought, and the father and son are required to take breathtaking risks, confronting them with dilemmas of life and death, and urging them to go to the threshold - and beyond it. "The Beluga Case" is a fascinating spy novel, as only Mishka Ben-David, one of the most prolific and successful In the writers of Israel, can write In it, with the skill of "who was there", the character of an unconventional Mossad man is described, the likes of which we have not yet met, and an intense and complex relationship between father and son unfolds.