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Bloodmoney

David Ignatius: Bloodmoney (USA 2012)

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"You emerge from its pages as if from a top-level security briefing-confident that you have been let in on the deepest secrets." - Washington Post
Someone in Pakistan is killing the members of a new CIA unit trying to buy peace with America's enemies. It falls to Sophie Marx, a young officer with a big chip on her shoulder, to figure out who's doing the killing and why. Unfortunately for Sophie, nothing is quite what it seems. This is a theater of violence and revenge, in which the last act is one that Sophie could not have imagined.

David Ignatius: Bloodmoney. A Novel of Espionage. W. W. Norton, ISBN: 9780393341799 (June, 2012), 384 p., $15.95.

 

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Bloodmoney

David Ignatius: Bloodmoney (UK 2012)

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INVISIBLE.
They are the American government's most powerful asset, their very existence only known to a handful of individuals.

INGENIOUS.
An elite unit of deep-cover agents, turning the tide in the war on terror. That is, until they start being exposed, one by one.

INFILTRATED.
And now a hunt to find the leak, before they all go under.

David Ignatius: Bloodmoney. When secret agents find their secrets sold. Quercus, ISBN: 9780857384911 (March, 2012), 512 p., £7.99.

 

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Bloodmoney

David Ignatius: Bloodmoney (USA 2011)

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From the author of the best-selling Body of Lies and The Increment: in a tragedy of revenge, the CIA falls victim to its own daring operation in the Middle East.

Someone in Pakistan is killing the members of a new CIA intelligence unit that is trying to buy peace with America's enemies. It falls to Sophie Marx, a young CIA officer with a big chip on her shoulder, to figure out who's doing the killing and why. Her starting point is Alphabet Capital, the London hedge fund that has been providing cover for this secret operation, but the investigation soon widens to include the capitals of the Middle East and the cruel hills of South Waziristan.

Sophie thinks she has the backing of her hard-nosed boss, Jeffrey Gertz, and his genial mentor at headquarters, Cyril Hoffman. In addition, she gets help from the well-mannered lieutenant general heading Pakistan's Inter-Services Intelligence Directorate. But the closer Sophie gets to her quarry, the more she realizes that nothing in this gallery of mirrors is quite what it seems. This is a theater of violence and retribution, in which the last act is one that Sophie could not have imagined.

David Ignatius has written a disturbing and compelling novel where the price of unchecked government is paid in blood, and peace can be bought only through betrayal.

David Ignatius: Bloodmoney. A Novel of Espionage. W. W. Norton, ISBN: 9780393078114 (June, 2011), 372 p., $25.95.

 

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Bloodmoney

David Ignatius: Bloodmoney (UK 2011)

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'All warfare is based on deception.'
According to General Malik, Pakistan is defined by three 'A's: Allah, Army and America. Yet, for one brilliant and educated man, the war isn't based on religious extremism. It's personal. When his family's compound is bombed by a US military drone, Professor Omar swears revenge...

The war of intelligence between Pakistan and the USA is raging. America is on the alert. Within this tense environment, it is unsurprising that Howard Egan's worst fears about his latest mission are confirmed, and he later disappears without a trace. Sophie Marx - a US officer noted for her beauty and determination - is tasked with investigating the incident, but when several of Egan's 'invisible' agents are murdered, it becomes clear that there are darker forces at work than first realized.

Embarking on a game of cat and mouse in Los Angeles, Karachi, and the financial heart of London, Sophie and her team must try to plug the leak before it's too late. However, in a world created and sustained by multiple identities, the truth is hard to find.

David Ignatius: Bloodmoney. Quercus, ISBN: 9780857384898 (May, 2011), 485 p., £12.99.

 

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