The Bourne Betrayal (Jason Bourne, Book 5)

The Bourne Betrayal (Jason Bourne, Book 5)

Eric Van Lustbader

Language: English

Pages: 382

ISBN: 0752882147

Format: PDF / Kindle (mobi) / ePub


Already devastated by loss, Bourne is shattered by a report that his last friend in the world, Martin Lindros has gone missing. A CI deputy director, Lindros was in Ethiopia tracking suspicious shipments of yellowcake uranium and atomic bomb weaponry. His last lifeline to humanity, Bourne will not let Lindros go. Despite his hatred for CI, Bourne sets out to rescue his friend and finish the job: dismantling a terrorist network determined to build nuclear armaments by cutting off their source of money. But Bourne doesn't realize that these men, Islamic supremacists, are leaders of an incredibly dangerous, technologically savvy group with ties from Africa, across the Middle East, and into Eastern Europe and Russia . They have predicted Bourne's every move, and are counting on his unwitting help in their plans to destroy

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Ashef al-Wahhib. At first, this thought had made him sick to his stomach; he would vomit often and rackingly, like a junkie going cold turkey. Now it simply made him sick at heart. The violation of his body, the harvesting of his organ while he was still alive, was a horror from which he would never recover. At several points, while he was out on the silver lake fishing for rainbow trout, the thought of killing himself crossed his mind, but he had never actually considered it. Suicide was the

monuments. This was another city on another planet, but it was one with which Karim al-Jamil was all too familiar and in which he felt comfortable. They drifted down 8th Street until Karim al-Jamil pointed out a double-width cement block building on which a faded sign was still affixed: M&N BODYWORK. At his direction, Anne swung onto a cracked cement apron, stopping in front of the metal doors. He jumped out. As they walked up the apron, he took a long, lingering look around. The shadows were

revenge was the only way to win back the family honor that had been buried with her. In the culture of his father, women were excluded from anything a man had to do. Of course, Karim al-Jamil’s mother was an exception. But she hadn’t converted to Islam. Mysteriously to Karim al-Jamil, his father had neither cared nor forced her to convert. He seemed to take great pleasure in his secular wife, though she had made for him a great many enemies among the imams and the faithful. Even more

Bourne—the tactic of showing a prisoner the freedom he’d lost as a means of getting him to talk. Otherwise he would never have taken Fadi out of the cells for any reason whatsoever. His action accomplished two things at once: It allowed Fadi to escape, and it put Bourne under suspicion by his own organization.” They tipped the basin. Out tumbled the contents, vanishing down the dry well. “But I didn’t feel that a single added memory was enough to slow Bourne down,” Karim said, “so I had

“He’s at Otrada Beach.” Oleksandr stirred, nudging Bourne’s thigh with his blunt black muzzle. Bourne, blinking the memory from in front of his eyes, struggled to concentrate on the present. He must have fallen asleep, even though he’d meant to stay vigilant. Oleksandr had been vigilant for him. Propped up on the planks in the tiny underground cell, he saw the ominous pearling of the darkness. The boxer’s neck fur bristled. Someone was coming! Ignoring the flood of pain, Bourne swung his legs

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