El legado de Bourne (Robert Ludlum's The Bourne Legacy)

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Jason Bourne era el espía perfecto, una máquina entrenada para acabar sin el menor pestañeo con quien se interpusiera en su camino, pero tras esa fachada se escondía un hombre que había perdido la memoria y la identidad. Tras recuperarlas, David Webb intenta llevar una vida común y corriente como profesor de Lingüística en la Universidad de Georgetown. Hasta que una mañana, mientras atraviesa el campus caminando, una bala pasa zumbando junto a su cabeza y Bourne se ve obligado a tomar de nuevo las riendas de su ...
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Overview

Jason Bourne era el espía perfecto, una máquina entrenada para acabar sin el menor pestañeo con quien se interpusiera en su camino, pero tras esa fachada se escondía un hombre que había perdido la memoria y la identidad. Tras recuperarlas, David Webb intenta llevar una vida común y corriente como profesor de Lingüística en la Universidad de Georgetown. Hasta que una mañana, mientras atraviesa el campus caminando, una bala pasa zumbando junto a su cabeza y Bourne se ve obligado a tomar de nuevo las riendas de su personalidad. Pero los problemas no han hecho más que comenzar. Alex Conklin, su antiguo jefe en la CIA, y Mo Panov, el psicólogo que le ayudó a recobrar la normalidad, han sido ejecutados, lo que convierte a Webb en el principal sospechoso del crimen. Objeto de una nueva caza del hombre, el ex agente deberá enfrentarse además a Khan, un asesino a sueldo tan silencioso y mortal como el propio Bourne en sus mejores días . . .
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Veteran thriller maestro Lustbader seizes the reins of Robert Ludlum's best-selling Jason Bourne series, proving that even Ludlum's death can't stop the ex-CIA operative. David Webb, a mild-mannered Georgetown professor, harbors his old Bourne identity deep within his psyche-except in moments of danger. A mysterious assassin, Khan, has targeted Webb. Seeking counsel from his old CIA handler, Alex Conklin, Webb arrives at Conklin's home to find him, along with Webb's psychiatrist and friend, Mo Panov, murdered. Unsurprisingly, it's a setup, and Webb is declared a rogue agent and the prime suspect. [PW 6/7/04]
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9788489367685
  • Publisher: Urano Publishing, Inc.
  • Publication date: 12/28/2009
  • Language: Spanish
  • Series: Bourne Series , #4
  • Edition description: Spanish-language Edition
  • Pages: 576
  • Product dimensions: 5.80 (w) x 9.00 (h) x 1.50 (d)

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