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- ISBN: 0440221862
- ISBN: 9780440221869
- Physical Description: 483 pages ; 18 cm
- Publisher: New York : Island Books, 1998, ©1982.
|Summary, etc.:|| In the windswept sands of the Middle East, Paul Chardy fought side by side with Ulu Beg: one, a charmismatic, high-strung CIA covert warrior, the other a ferocious freedom fighter. Then Chardy fell into the hands of the enemy, and Beg was betrayed. Now the two men are about to meet again.
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|Subject:||United States. Central Intelligence Agency > Fiction.
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Stephen Hunter is the author of seven novels, including Black Light, Dirty White Boys, Point of Impact, The Master Sniper, and Tapestry of Spies, as well as the nonfiction book Violent Screen: A Critic's 13 Years on the Front Lines of Movie Mayhem. After twenty-five years at the Baltimore Sun, Hunter is now the film critic at The Washington Post. The father of two children, he lives in Baltimore, Maryland.