Joel Converse is a highly successful American lawyer and hero of Vietnam. On business in Geneva, he is approached by an old school friend under an assumed name, who puts Converse on the track of a group of leading right-wing generals whose intention is world domination.
An epic of massive betrayal from the master of action. Joel Converse is a highly successful American lawyer and hero of Vietnam. He is an intelligent but cold man, embittered by his war experiences. On business in Geneva he is approached by an old school friend under an assumed name, who puts Converse on the track of a group of leading right-wing generals whose intention is world domination. Then his friend is murdered -- and with his death the carnage starts. A reluctant Converse becomes both the tracker and the hunted, as everywhere he turns men are killed and he is implicated in their murder. He becomes the most wanted man in Europe, running both from the forces of good and the forces of evil: a man alone, increasingly forced into violence, a puppet manipulated by both sides, his only objective to stop the international conspiracy before it is too late.
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A US Marine in the Second World War, Robert Ludlum was born in New York City, raised in Short Hills, New Jersey, and educated in Connecticut. A former actor and theatrical producer, at forty he decided to change careers and try his hand at writing. He has been published in 40 countries and 32 languages, with sales of over 200 million copies worldwide.
The Aquitaine Progression by Robert Ludlum
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