Drug Enforcement Administration Special Agent Tony Bondi discovers that a big drug deal is much more than what rival federal agencies claim. The infamous non-cooperation between law enforcement agencies that was revealed in the Phoenix Memorandum is in high gear and Tony struggles in pursuing his case. Through his international contacts, he is led to the conclusion that an up-and-coming but below the radar Hezbollah operative is involved in trying to secure a Soviet-era nuclear explosive device.Tony battles his own DEA management as well as the FBI while pursuing leads that he receives from his Israeli Mossad contact, Kevi. When it is clear that the United States is indeed being threatened by more than a large shipment of narcotics, the FBI, DEA, and other law enforcement entities become active and cooperative in non-public efforts to prevent a nuclear detonation in New York.
The Orchid Memorandum blends realistic antiterrorism investigatory work with character development and a touch of humor. Pre-publication comments from field officers and agents who are familiar with the workings of homeland security have given their thumbs-up to this story. This work is smut-free and suitable for all adult readers.Biografía del autor:
Tony Attanasio has an extensive law enforcement background that includes drug trafficking, money laundering, and international antiterror efforts.Howard D. Hellman is the author of the historical novel, Crown Thy Good.
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Descripción iUniverse, Inc., 2004. Paperback. Estado de conservación: New. Nº de ref. de la librería DADAX0595314694