The Chameleon Conspiracy by Haggai Carmon (Dan Gordon Series, Book 3) from Books In Motion.com
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The master criminal and con man known as the Chameleon has eluded international law enforcement for twenty years. Dan Gordon was sure he finally had him, but he was left empty-handed. Now he won t rest until the Chameleon is stopped. The Chameleon is actually more than a mere criminal he s an undercover sleeper agent. But Gordon is more than he seems, too. He s an experienced hunter, trained by the Mossad, working now for the CIA.
asked. “Sometimes. It’s sometimes interesting to see what people from other countries think of our country and our culture.” “Well, this person,” I said, pointing a finger at my chest, “thinks very highly of your country.” Kissing up never hurt anyone. “I’d like to read what you’ve written,” he said, and softening the tone of command, he added, “If you don’t mind, of course.” “Well, it’s just a rough draft, and I wrote a lot before coming here. I expect to make many changes. I’ve learned so
identities of young Americans, and at least one of them ended up with a strong Iranian connection. Next we hear from NSA that Kourosh Alireza Farhadi, who was one of Rashtian’s team, was a graduate of the American School in Tehran.” He shook his head. “There’s too much of a coincidence here. We’ve got to investigate if all other members of Rashtian’s team were also graduates of that school.” “I need to set up another meeting with Benny Friedman,” concluded Casey Bauer. “It may be time to talk
few days, but the Australians have already cautioned us that the list would exceed fifty thousand names,” I continued. “We’ll provide the NSA with an electronic copy and ask them to match the names on the list against their various databases. We’ll ask the FBI and the CIA to do the same. I don’t have high hopes in that direction, but we must try. Kourosh knew that the U.S. government was after him. So he isn’t likely to have used a passport that could be on somebody’s watch list.” We all knew
“Let’s begin,” I said. I was alert and eager. Reuven started. “The leaders of the Iranian Islamic Revolution set the agenda for state-sponsored terrorism, making Iran the world’s most active sponsor of terrorism. Their strategy is first, to hit their political opponents—there were at least eighty assassinations of Iranian dissidents who fled Iran, mostly to Europe. Next, to expand their influence throughout the Gulf region and the Islamic world.” “And then?” “The world. We have already heard
moment. On the far end of a majestic room, behind a king-size desk, sat a man in his midforties with gray hair, a beard, and clever eyes behind rimless eyeglasses. We crossed the room walking on a soft Persian carpet. “Please sit down,” he said, pointing at a chair, and signaled to the consular officer to leave. “What can I do for you?” I told him briefly why I needed the visa soon and couldn’t wait a few months for an authorization to come from Tehran. “Why don’t you return to Canada and