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Kelilah

Deadly embrace

Jorgen Eijt • ebook • epub

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    Zurich, Sunday evening, 2019.

    The CIA carries out an assassination attempt on a Russian arms dealer in a hotel, but things go terribly wrong. Mossad is being asked for help. This failed assassination attempt may seem of little significance to Israel at first, but it quickly takes on unprecedented proportions.

    A second holocaust seems inescapable and Israel seems trapped in a deadly embrace. Mossad director Meir Levi starts an operation with his young but best agent Kelilah Haddad to unravel the puzzle of the threat. The operation leads to the discovery of a new, technologically advanced weapon that Mossad is unaware of.

    A race against time starts ...

    Can Mossad turn the tie on time?
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    Binding : Epub
    Auteur : Jorgen Eijt
    Bestandstype : epub
    Distributievorm : Ebook (digitaal)
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    Beveiliging : Digitaal watermerk (social DRM)   Informatie 
    Uitgeverij : Being Agile
    ISBN : Geen
    Datum publicatie : 05-2021
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1 Zurich, Switzerland

John Carwick entered the Marriott hotel in Zurich on a warm Sunday evening. At this hotel, adjacent to the spur of Lake Zurich, he was to meet a man named Vladimir Solovyov, whom he had been following closely for the past three days.
Carwick had literally been raised by the CIA. As a child, he had been taken from a poverty-stricken orphanage about sixty-two miles northwest of Leningrad (now St. Petersburg) in the early 1980s.
Two CIA agents, dressed as farmers, had stuffed the young Carwick into a burlap sack at the age of six. Along with ten sacks of potatoes, he had been shipped in a container to Helsinki on the way to the United States. Up to Helsinki, it had been a harsh journey, in which the boy almost lost his life due to a lack of water and the cutting cold.
Carwick had a big head; wide jaws; and a dark-colored, almost blue-red, face that had been exposed to the cold for too long. Dark veins were visible on his cheeks. He had a muscular body. Physical training had long been part of his daily routine.
Tonight, he would perform his last assignment. After that, a good retirement and lucrative jobs for private companies awaited him. He didn’t want a more strategic, analytical position within the CIA, although his direct boss, Melvin Houston, had offered him this many times. In his heart and soul, he remained a secret agent who preferred to continue doing fieldwork.
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