Operation Fantasy Plan by Peter Gilboy
A Novel

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As he seeks to discover the real reason why he has been fired from the CIA, Peter Gaines travels to ""The Fantasy Store,"" a brothel in Bangkok, and uncovers some sinister CIA secrets that could cost millions of lives."

About Peter Gilboy

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He was trained as an agent handler by the DIA (Defense Intelligence Agency) and holds advanced degrees in Asian Studies.
Published January 1, 1997 by Avon Books, Inc.. 290 pages
Genres: Mystery, Thriller & Suspense, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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Gaines at last, by various indirections, makes his way back to the Bangkok brothel and quickly becomes involved in ever more outrÇ activities that force him to kill a Japanese who mutilates girls and then, in search of Song, to go on the run with a Thai girl who may or may not be spying on him.

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Effectively using his background as an agent trainer for the Defense Intelligence Agency, Gilboy offers a compelling if somewhat melodramatic look inside the CIA's efforts to infiltrate Japanese businesses via a Bangkok brothel known as ""The Fantasy Store."" Peter Gaines is a former agent who ge...

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