By Robert Ludlum
#1 NEW YORK TIMES BESTSELLER
His reminiscence is a clean. His bullet-ridden physique was once fished from the Mediterranean Sea. His face has been altered by way of cosmetic surgery. A body of microfilm has been surgically implanted in his hip. Even his identify is a secret. Marked for demise, he's racing for survival via a extraordinary international of murderous conspirators—led by means of Carlos, the world’s most deadly murderer. who's Jason Bourne? the reply may possibly kill him.
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Within the overdue sixties and early seventies, devices of yankee, French, British, Australian and local volunteers have been shaped into groups to function in territories occupied via the North Vietnamese. Their priorities have been the disruption of enemy communications and provide strains, the pinpointing of legal camps and, now not the least, the assassination of village leaders recognized to be cooperating with the Communists, in addition to the enemy commanders every time attainable. ” “It was once a war-within-a-war,” broke in Knowlton. “Unfortunately, racial appearances and languages made participation infinitely extra harmful than, say, the German and Dutch undergrounds, or the French Resistance in international struggle . consequently, Occidental recruitment was once no longer continuously as selective because it could have been. ” “There have been dozens of those teams,” persevered the colonel, “the group of workers starting from old-line army chiefs who knew the coastlines to French plantation proprietors whose merely wish for reparations lay in an American victory. there have been British and Australian drifters who’d lived in Indochina for years, in addition to hugely inspired American military and civilian intelligence profession officials. additionally, necessarily, there has been a large faction of hard-core criminals. mainly, smugglers—men who dealt in operating weapons, narcotics, gold and diamonds in the course of the whole South China Sea sector. They have been strolling encyclopedias while it got here to nighttime landings and jungle routes. Many we hired have been runaways or fugitives from the States, a host well-educated, all creative. we would have liked their services. ” “That’s rather a cross-section of volunteers,” interrupted the congressman. “Old-line army and armed forces; British and Australian drifters, French colonials, and platoons of thieves. How the hell did you get them to interact? ” “To each one in line with his greeds,” stated Gillette. “Promises,” amplified the colonel. “Guarantees of rank, promotions, pardons, outright bonuses of money, and, in a couple of instances, possibilities to scouse borrow cash from the operation itself. you notice, all of them needed to be a bit loopy; we understood that. We proficient them secretly, utilizing codes, tools of delivery, entrapment and killing—even guns Command Saigon knew not anything approximately. As Peter pointed out, the hazards have been incredible—capture leading to torture and execution; the associated fee was once excessive and so they paid it. most folk might have known as them a set of paranoiacs, yet they have been geniuses the place disruption and assassination have been involved. specially assassination. ” “What used to be the fee? ” “Operation Medusa sustained over 90 percentage casualties. yet there’s a catch—among those that didn’t come again have been a bunch who by no means intended to. ” “From that faction of thieves and fugitives? ” “Yes. a few stole huge quantities of cash from Medusa. we predict Cain is a type of males. ” “Why? ” “His modus operandi. He’s used codes, traps, tools of killing and shipping that have been constructed and really good within the Medusa education. ” “Then for Christ’s sake,” broke in Walters, “you’ve received an instantaneous line to his id.