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Point of Entry

Espionage


by
Peter Schechter

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Language: English

With calculated cunning, renegade Syrian intelligence operatives have discovered how to smuggle uranium-235—the key material required to manufacture an atomic weapon—into the United States undetected, exploiting a network of the most experienced and sophisticated smugglers the world has ever known.

As the CIA repeatedly misinterprets numerous intelligence warnings, only Marta Pradilla—Colombia’s beautiful, hard-minded new president—can assist the United States’ conservative, isolationist President Stockman in finding the terrorists and their deadly cargo before it’s too late. Set in Washington, D.C., Bogota, Rome, and Tbilisi, and featuring a cast of major international figures, Point of Entry brings readers into an intensely treacherous world that reads less like fiction every day.

With calculated cunning, renegade Syrian intelligence operatives have discovered how to smuggle uranium-235—the key material required to manufacture an atomic weapon—into the United States undetected, exploiting a network of the most experienced and sophisticated smugglers the world has ever known.

As the CIA repeatedly misinterprets numerous intelligence warnings, only Marta Pradilla—Colombia’s beautiful, hard-minded new president—can assist the United States’… (more)

With calculated cunning, renegade Syrian intelligence operatives have discovered how to smuggle uranium-235—the key material required to manufacture an atomic weapon—into the United States undetected, exploiting a network of the most experienced and sophisticated smugglers the world has ever known.

As the CIA repeatedly misinterprets numerous intelligence warnings, only Marta Pradilla—Colombia’s beautiful, hard-minded new president—can assist the United States’ conservative, isolationist President Stockman in finding the terrorists and their deadly cargo before it’s too late. Set in Washington, D.C., Bogota, Rome, and Tbilisi, and featuring a cast of major international figures, Point of Entry brings readers into an intensely treacherous world that reads less like fiction every day.

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