Scorpion Betrayal by Andrew Kaplan

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The head of Egypt's State Internal Security is brutally murdered in a Cairo cafe - his assailant a faceless killer known only as "the Palestinian". It is the opening move in a chilling game of terror that has caught the international intelligence community completely off-guard, and the CIA turns to the one man they believe can get to the twisted roots of a looming nightmare shrouded in mystery: a former Company operative code-named Scorpion.

A breakneck-paced international espionage thriller in the Robert Ludlum and Daniel Silva vein, Andrew Kaplan's phenomenal Scorpion Betrayal is a relentlessly exciting page-turner that will keep readers on the edge of their seats. Featuring one of the most intriguing protagonists in spy fiction--an ex-CIA agent code-named Scorpion--on a breathtaking chase across the capitals of Europe in pursuit of a frighteningly elusive terrorist, this is the international bestseller that Alex Berenson, Ted Bell, Brad Thor, Vince Flynn, and Barry Eisler fans have hailed and that re-started the bestselling Scorpion series.

And don't miss Andrew Kaplan's bestselling Homeland original prequel novels, the riveting official tie-in books based on the award-winning hit television series, Homeland; starting with the international phenomenon, Homeland: Carrie's Run, that topped bestseller charts around the world - and look for Homeland: Saul's Game, due out later in 2014. 
 

About Andrew Kaplan

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ANDREW KAPLAN is an American author, best known for his spy thriller novels. He worked as a freelance journalist and war correspondent for the International Herald Tribune in Paris, covering events around the world. He served in both the U.S. Army and the Israeli Army during the Six Day War of 1967. He is the author of four international bestselling novels: Hour of the Assassins, Scorpion, Dragonfire, and War of the Raven. His film writing career includes the James Bond classic GoldenEye.
 
Published March 27, 2012 by Harper. 469 pages
Genres: Mystery, Thriller & Suspense, Crime, Literature & Fiction, Horror. Fiction

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In this exciting follow-up to 1985’s Scorpion, Kaplan pits the deadly CIA agent known as Scorpion against the terrorist known as the Palestinian. Scorpion travels the world in an effort to catch his m

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