The Istanbul Exchange: A Yael Azoulay Short Story

The Istanbul Exchange: A Yael Azoulay Short Story

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by Adam LeBor
     
 

Meet Yael Azoulay, the brilliant and beautiful behind-the-scenes negotiator for the United Nations. Tasked with persuading an Afghan warlord—and friend of hers—to surrender to the Americans, she is quickly pulled into into a dangerous world of secret rendition, torture and arms trafficking to Syrian rebels. The high-stakes game soon turns deadly as Yael

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Overview

Meet Yael Azoulay, the brilliant and beautiful behind-the-scenes negotiator for the United Nations. Tasked with persuading an Afghan warlord—and friend of hers—to surrender to the Americans, she is quickly pulled into into a dangerous world of secret rendition, torture and arms trafficking to Syrian rebels. The high-stakes game soon turns deadly as Yael finds herself up against a shadowy agency of the US government. Everything depends on her next move....

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9780062301932
Publisher:
HarperCollins Publishers
Publication date:
05/14/2013
Series:
eBook Original
Sold by:
HARPERCOLLINS
Format:
NOOK Book
Pages:
100
Sales rank:
141,618
File size:
659 KB

Meet the Author

Adam Lebor writes for The Economist, the New York Times, Newsweek, Monocle, the Daily Beast, and numerous other publications. He is the author of The Geneva Option, also featuring Yael Azoulay, and The Budapest Protocol. He lives in Budapest.

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The Istanbul Exchange: A Yael Azoulay Short Story 3 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 3 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
To give those ratings, Anonymous 1 and 2 must be seriously under informed on past and current history. Give Mr. Lebor's nonfiction book, The Tower of Basel a read to see what I mean. Unable to create an acceptable pen name , I'll be anonymous 3.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
A lot of words that don't really say much and do not lead to anything.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago