The college-dropout son of an American professor and a Syrian refugee mother, Robert Frost, has two enemies: the US Army for wrongly dismissing him and the Syrian regime for slaughtering his mother’s family during the 1982 Hama massacre in Syria. Robert accepts to lead a dangerous mission to destabilize the Syrian Government. Using the money, he hopes to win back his wife and two daughters who had left him. Under different identities, he blazes a destructive trail with murders, betrayal, and intrigue with the Russians close on his heels. Will Robert succeed in paving the way for democracy in Syria and enthrone new masters? Set in war-torn Syria, this fast-paced thriller blends the author’s personal experience, deep insights, and history. With an intricate plot, convincing details, and many unforgettable characters, the story immortalizes the laments of the Syrian people. King Pawn is as thrilling as it is informative and prophetic about the end game in Syria.