Triple Identity

Triple Identity

Book - 2005
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Random House, Inc.
Investigating attorney Dan Gordon is working for a unit of the U.S. Department of Justice that combats money launderers outside the United States. A routine mission develops into a complex international plot involving murder, espionage, kidnapping, conspiracy, and romance. Gordon, an indefatigable bloodhound, calls on his innate shrewdness, as well as his secret Mossad past and training, to ferret out the truth. In this intelligence thriller, attorney Haggai Carmon, a U.S Department of Justice outside consultant, weaves an ingenious plot. The Byzantine, subterranean methods by which rogue states - in this case the theocracy of Iran - seek to acquire nuclear materials are illuminated. If you want to understand how the CIA and the Mossad work, alone and together, you'll get no better picture than the one told in this compulsively readable intelligence thriller.

Blackwell North Amer
Shortly after Saddam Hussein's 1990 invasion of Kuwait, investigating attorney Dan Gordon, an Israeli native and a veteran of the Mossad, Israel's foreign intelligence service, is working for a unit of the U.S. Department of Justice that combats money launderers outside the United States. His assignment: track them down and bring them - and the stolen money - back to the United States. Gordon follows the trail of one Raymond DeLouise, an American banker with a secret past who has absconded with ninety million dollars from his failed California bank. But when Gordon arrives in Munich, DeLouise's case presents immediate and unforeseen problems. A seemingly routine investigation develops into a complex international plot involving murder, espionage, kidnapping, conspiracy, and romance. Gordon, an indefatigable bloodhound, calls on his innate shrewdness, as well as his Mossad training, to ferret out the truth, and DeLouise's real identities.
In this novel, attorney Haggai Carmon weaves a plot around the Byzantine, subterranean methods by which rogue states - in this case the theocracy of Iran - seek to acquire nuclear materials. If you want to understand how the CIA and the Mossad work, alone and together, you'll get no better picture than the one told in this plausible intelligence thriller.

Publisher: Hanover, N.H. : Steerforth Press, c2005
Edition: 1st ed
ISBN: 9781586420901
1586420909
Branch Call Number: Fiction Carmon
Characteristics: x, 298 p. ; 24 cm

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