Dan Gordon goes undercover to infiltrate and destroy an international Hezbollah funding plot. But when his cover is blown he wonders if he’s been a sacrificial lamb for the CIA all along.
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About the Author
Carmon is an Israeli-born attorney who has represented the US Department of Justice for two decades and has worked for several federal agencies in legal intelligence-gathering outside the US.
Most Helpful Customer Reviews
Dan Gordon is back in Haggai Carmon's "Triangle of Deception" and what a thriller it is. Gordon is both a member of the CIA and Israeli Mossed. While trying to trace the money trail linked to a terrorist group, one of Gordon's contacts is murdered and he is blamed. Things become more complicated as the tale develops. With Carom's background, his character portrayals ore right on and I felt I was reading not a novel but a true story (it could happen it today's society). Dan Gordon is not a super hero, but a flesh and blood man who sacrifices and suffers much to protect his country.
Ever since I read Carmon's first thriller Triple Identity, I was waiting to read his next thrillers. The Red Syndrome, then the Chameleon Conspiracy and now this. I became addicted. All his thrillers are riveting but this one tops them all. I couldn't stop reading how Carmon's protagonist hovers the world, manages to infiltrate into Hezbollah and get himself out of prison and out of trouble by using his conniving mind. Highly recommended to anyone who likes spy stories that read so real. I wonder how does Carmon know so much about the CIA, Mossad and espionage, but I'm afraid to ask. Who knows...