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Code Ezra
Code Ezra
Author: Gay Courter
The date: April, 1979. The place: Toulon, France. The assignment: to destroy nuclear reactor parts bound for Iraq. The man in charge: Eli Katzar, master Israeli spy and leader of the Ezra project. His team: three talented agents, all women. The mission succeeds but at a terrible price, and Eli must discover which of the women whom he has nu...  more »
ISBN-13: 9780595168613
ISBN-10: 0595168612
Publication Date: 1/2001
Pages: 628
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Publisher: Backinprint.com
Book Type: Paperback
Other Versions: Hardcover
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Eli Katzar , Israeli spy, has recruited and trained 3 female operatives. One of them betrays him and his country. Unless he discovers the traitor, unthinkable disaster will occur.
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Code Ezra is set in 1979 with flashbacks to the 40's, 50's, and 60's. It chronicles the role of a fictional three woman Mossad team, recruited and trained by a master spy, in Israel's war for independence and in one final mission which involves Iraq's attempts to build nuclear weapons. There are fascinating insights into the secrets of the Mossad. It reads as if drawn from current headlines and is by no means dated even though it was published in 1986.


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