Spooker

Spooker

Book - 1995
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Baker & Taylor
Learning that a murderous stalker is targeting intelligence agents for their hidden stashes of money and false identification, the U.S. intelligence agency sets a desperate snare in the hopes that the killer will make a mistake. Reprint.

McMillan Palgrave
Every deep-cover intelligence agent has a spooker. It's his escape hatch--a stash that contains false identification, keys to a hidden car or boat or plane, weapons, and money--lots of money.

It took U.S. intelligence a longtime to figure out that somone was stalking and killing agents for their spookers. It was the perfect crime, almost. Agents are killed every day by people they are spying on. And these killers were good--invisible, quick, leaving no trace behind.

But finally the killers made one mistake.


Baker
& Taylor

Learning that a murderous stalker is targeting intelligence agents for their hidden stashes of money and false identification, U.S. intelligence sets a desperate snare in the hope that the killer will make a mistake

Publisher: New York : Forge, 1995
ISBN: 9780312857400
0312857403
9780812548426
0812548426
Branch Call Number: FIC In 1995
Characteristics: 317 pages ; 24 cm

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