The Traitor by Stephen Coonts
A Tommy Carmellini Novel

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When he is assigned to Paris, CIA officer Tommy Carmellini joins his old boss Jake Grafton on a bold mission: To locate a French intelligence agent who has secret investments in the Bank of Palestine. Together they work to unravel a tangle of espionage, deception, and murder…and develop an elaborate strategy to infiltrate the highest levels of Al Queda.
Meanwhile, the leaders of the G-8 industrialized nations will soon meet in Paris--an event that would make a tempting terrorist target. Throw into the mix the beautiful, clever daughter of the French ambassador to Washington and an Israeli spy or two, and the stage is set for a tour de force of deception and drama.

Soon Carmellini and Grafton unearth a horrifying plan to shake the West as never before. But can they stop the conspiracy without compromising the intelligence source that could bring down Al Queda once and for all?

About Stephen Coonts

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STEPHEN COONTS is the author of sixteen New York Times bestselling books that have been translated and published around the world. A former naval aviator and Vietnam combat veteran, he is a graduate of West Virginia University and the University of Colorado School of Law. He lives in Colorado.
Published March 6, 2007 by St. Martin's Press. 372 pages
Genres: Mystery, Thriller & Suspense, Literature & Fiction, Action & Adventure, Horror, War. Fiction

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tempting --- and easier --- inclination to keep Grafton in early.

Jan 23 2011 | Read Full Review of The Traitor: A Tommy Carmelli...

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Tommy Carmellini, a former thief turned hot-shot CIA agent, takes center stage in The Traitor, the latest offering by Stephen Coonts.

Oct 24 2006 | Read Full Review of The Traitor: A Tommy Carmelli...

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