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The implications are immense; the power brokers are scurrying. Who is Hebron- and will he pull off the most audacious mission in the history of espionage? More daring and damning than Watergate and Irangate! It's an election year and political tension and media hype are mounting fast. Israel has launched a high-risk covert operation to have its top operative- a prominent U.S. Senator- elected President of the United States. The womanizing American Ambassador to the European Union is found dead in his Brussels mansion. The Iranians and Iraqis are suspected. Heads are going to roll. Meet Brenda Straus and Jackie Markovic, two of the most determined women you'll ever encounter- one, a whiz-kid Special Agent for the FBI, the other a lethally-seductive, moist-mouthed assassin- as they battle it out in a geo-political chess game that just may change the balance of world power. Written by a former top-level U.S. spy, Operation Hebron takes you from the thickly-upholstered nerve centers of Washington D.C., the spartan quarters of Jerusaleum's brain trust, and a secluded dacha outside of Moscow, to the seedy bars of Brussels and a sun-drenched hide-away in Mallorca. Across time-zones and secret satellite transmissions author Eric Jordan offers a thrill ride through the corridors of power, and uncovers the most sensitive operations of the FBI, the Russian Foreign Intelligence Service, ( SVR, ex-KGB) and the mythic Israeli Mossad. As the threat of international terror edges closer to home, Operation Hebron reveals the type of operations that international spies conduct daily in Washington D.C. and other world capitals to influence and control the White House, the Congress, and public opinion. Jordan offers an unprecedented glance through a private window on which the shades are usually drawn!
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Descripción Mosaic Press, 2000. Hardcover. Condición: New. Never used!. Nº de ref. del artículo: P110889627770
Descripción Mosaic Press, 2000. hardcover. Condición: New. Author Signed Hardcover Book. June 2000 NY: Mosaic Press First edition, first printing, mint, new/unread in a flawless dust jacket, signed by the author. Each dust jacket is protected in an acid-free archival quality acetate cover. signed by author. Nº de ref. del artículo: JOROPER01