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Robert Ludlums the Cassandra Compact Ludlum, Robert/ Shelby, Philip 1 of 1
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Learn more about Robert Ludlum's the Cassandra Compact:

Format: Paperback
ISBN-10: 0312981589
ISBN-13: 9780312981587
Sku: 30864549
Publish Date: 4/10/2007
Dimensions:  (in Inches) 6.75H x 4.25L x 1.25T
Pages:  448
Age Range:  NA
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Following "The Hades Factor" and "The Prometheus Deception, " this novel continues the best-selling Covert-One series. Covert-One operative Jon Smith and CIA undercover agent Randi Russell come into possession of a slain Russian security service officer's classified papers. They soon unearth a terrifying global conspiracy that threatens to unleash a plague of immeasurable proportions. Martin's Press.
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The murder of a Russian colleague sends Lt. Colonel Jon Smith, a medical researcher, and his colleagues at Covert-One on the quest to find the terrorists threatening to steal Russia's remaining store of deadly smallpox virus before they can unleash an epidemic on the world's population. Reprint.
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Dr. Jon Smith, a member of a top-secret government intelligence agency, spearheads the effort to stop some would-be biological terrorists who plan to unleash the dreaded smallpox virus upon the world.
Author Bio
Robert Ludlum
Robert Ludlum attended private schools in Connecticut before pursuing a career as an actor in New York City as a teenager. He joined the Marines when he was 18, returning to Connecticut two years later to attend Wesleyan University, where he graduated in 1951 with a B.A. in fine arts. His acting career continued throughout the '50s, and included both stage and television roles, as well as lucrative voiceovers for companies such as Tums. In 1969 he became a full-time writer and devoted his energies to producing international thrillers often based around government conspiracies and the innocent victims they tend to swallow up. Ludlum's fans enjoy the quick pace and growing suspense that characterize his most popular novels, such as his Bourne trilogy, "The Scarlatti Inheritance," and "The Materese Circle." Having sold more than 220 million copies worldwide of his thrillers, Ludlum passed away in 2001at the age of 73.
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