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Triple Identity

Triple Identity Investigating attorney Dan Gordon is working for a unit of the U S Department of Justice that combats money launderers outside the United States A routine mission develops into a complex international

  • Title: Triple Identity
  • Author: Haggai Carmon
  • ISBN: 9780843960402
  • Page: 404
  • Format: Mass Market Paperback
  • Investigating attorney Dan Gordon is working for a unit of the U.S Department of Justice that combats money launderers outside the United States A routine mission develops into a complex international plot involving murder, espionage, kidnapping, conspiracy, and romance Gordon, an indefatigable bloodhound, calls on his innate shrewdness, as well as his secret Mossad pasInvestigating attorney Dan Gordon is working for a unit of the U.S Department of Justice that combats money launderers outside the United States A routine mission develops into a complex international plot involving murder, espionage, kidnapping, conspiracy, and romance Gordon, an indefatigable bloodhound, calls on his innate shrewdness, as well as his secret Mossad past and training, to ferret out the truth In this intelligence thriller, attorney Haggai Carmon, a U.S Department of Justice outside consultant, weaves an ingenious plot The Byzantine, subterranean methods by which rogue states in this case the theocracy of Iran seek to acquire nuclear materials are illuminated If you want to understand how the CIA and the Mossad work, alone and together, you ll get no better picture than the one told in this compulsively readable intelligence thriller.

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    1. FOUR STARS FOR THE SET UP OF THE PLOT OF THIS FIRST NOVELWith a very enticing, clever and smart plot, that makes the reader tick from the very beginning, and carefully worked out with alluring elements for lovers of spy novels like Israel Mossad operational recruitment procedures and operational tricks, ruthless Iranians agents making shady deals to obtain components to make the A bomb, greedy European bank executives and the CIA intervention, the author conceives a very attractive fiction novel [...]

    2. I would give this 3 1/2 stars. It is an enjoyable suspense thriller. Dan Gordon is a lawyer who works for the U.S. Justice Department to retrieve embezzled or stolen funds. He's also a former Mossad agent. He is given a case to track down over $90 million in funds taken from a bank in California. It turns out that the man he is searching for has 3 different identities. The action ranges from Israel to Munich to Moscow. I love reading about spycraft. This book is entertaining, written by a real-l [...]

    3. Very poorly written. The insights into the espionage business were mostly points that anyone who reads adventure novels already knows. The financial connections of the plot were too complicated to follow. Finally, instead of the type of action that one expects in a novel like this, most of the book consisted of people talking and reviewing the points of what was happening. I could only sit and read page after page of dialogue for so long.

    4. Apparently, the author, Haggai Carmon, is also an Israeli-born lawyer who works for the US Government on recovering very large sums of stolen funds, just like the protagonist of this story. And apparently, though the book is fiction, it contains elements from the author's own experiences. As a result, this story has less melodrama & more real-life gritty details than lots of similar stories. I found it very absorbing.

    5. What a fun ride. It is a bit different, almost hearing the author's voice, which is hard to separate from the lead character's, as he describes the complicated plot. Although quit different from the dialogue driven works that I write, I really enjoyed the plot and the detail. I will read more books from this author.

    6. I couldn't pronounce a lot of the places in the book since I have never been to Europe, etc. and don't really speak any language other than English. It kept my attention but it got really slow at parts and I would have to take a couple of days off to gear back up for it.

    7. This is a fast-moving story of an Israeli/American investigator for a US government agency trying to recover missing money. The author's background includes stints as a Mossad agent in Israel and as US operative trying to recover ill-gotten gains. I can't wait to read another book by Carmon.

    8. Decent thriller, with a former Israeli-trained spy working to track down stolen money from a murdered man, with three identities. Lots of competing interests swirling around: South American drug lords, money laundering bankers, German police, Israeli spies and FBI.

    9. Good read. I liked how realistic the story was--something that you can believe actually took place, making it even more of a fun read. Maybe not the most action-packed, edge of your seat thriller, but definitely had me eager to keep reading and see what happens.

    10. I really enjoyed it. I enjoyed how Dan Gordon drew from his Mossad training and applied it to his current work with the DoJ.

    11. OK, I gave up on this, just so you know. There were way too mnay elements for your usual spy/espionage novel, and no way to connect them together.

    12. This really was a good book. A little bit dated, but good thriller without all the language and sex. Well written and I could recommend it. It wasn't the greatest book out there, but a good read.

    13. ReviewIt was a little hard getting into but once you did I couldn't put it down. Great book lots of interesting things

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