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Mission: Impossible
Mission Impossible
Author: Peter Barsocchini
ISBN-13: 9780671549213
ISBN-10: 0671549219
Publication Date: 6/1/1996
Pages: 217
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Publisher: Pocket
Book Type: Paperback
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C.I.A. Special Agent Ethan Hunt and his highly skilled IMPOSSIBLE MISSION FORCE specialize in perilous, last-chance assignments. An expert of intrigue and a mastr of disguise, Ethan has never failed to bring a case to a successful close. Until now.
Their latest operation-to retrieve a top-secret list of undercover American agents in Europe-is moving along smoothly when something goes terribly wrong, and the secret government list vanishes. In a final, burtal twist, Ethan himself is accused of betraying his country.
From the misty streets of Prague to the windswept fields of Midwest America. Ethan Hunt's new challenge, whether or not he decides to accept it, is to unmask the real traitor and stay alive long enough to clear his name. Using all the arsenals in his possession, from high-tech toys to wits alone, he must chase down his unknown nemesis in a desperate attempt to overcome this unexpected and most deadly MISSION: IMPOSSIBLE.