|Title:||Robert Ludlum's the Cassandra Compact|
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|Publisher:||Orion (an Imprint of The Orion Publishing Group Lt; New Ed edition (2005)|
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For over thirty years, Robert Ludlum has been acknowledged as the master of international suspense and intrigue. In 2000, Ludlum managed to raise the bar yet again with his widely acclaimed bestsellers The Prometheus Deception and The Hades Factor, the first novel in his exciting Covert-One series. Now Covert-One is back, in a novel that could only have come from the imagination of the world's greatest storyteller.
by Ludlum, Robert, 1927-2001; Shelby, Philip. Publication date 2001. Topics Smallpox, Terrorism, Medicine, Smith, Jon (Fictitious character). Publisher New York : St. Martin's Griffin. Collection inlibrary; printdisabled; ; americana. Digitizing sponsor Internet Archive. Contributor Internet Archive.
Robert Ludlum & Philip Shelby. For over thirty years, Robert Ludlum has been acknowledged as the master of international suspense and intrigue. What they're going to do, I never would have believed it. It's insanity!". Now Covert-One is back, in a novel that could only have come from the imagination of the world' s greatest storyteller. What they' re going to do, I never would have believed it. It' s insanity"! They were the final words spoken by Yuri Danko, an officer in the medical division of Russia' s security service, before his body was ripped apart by a spray of assassins' bullets. Now Smith and Russell must track it down, find the madman who possesses it, and stop him before he holds a defenseless world hostage with the power to render the human race extinct.
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For over 30 years, Robert Ludlum has reigned as the master of the modern espionage novel. The Cassandra Compact is the second work in his bold Covert-One series. American intelligence officer Jonathan Smith sits at an outdoor cafe in Venice, waiting to meet Danko, a Russian colleague. The two men have forged a relationship through their mutual efforts to halt the development of bioweapons. The book was published after ten rejection slips, but it became an immediate best-seller. The idea for the story came from an old article in the Illustrated London News, in which a photograph showed a German pushing a wheelbarrow full of inflation banknotes, and another picture showed members of the Nazi Party. Ludlum's next thriller, The Osterman Weekend (1973), was later made into a film, which was directed by Sam Peckinpah in 1983.