Mission: Pakistan

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iUniverse, Jan 1, 2004 - Fiction - 656 pages
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"MISSION: PAKISTAN" is not just another spy thriller. Written by someone with over three decades of experience in counter-intelligence and counter-terrorism, it offers unprecedented insights into this shadowy world as it relates to the Indian subcontinent. At the same time, it is the story of tender and cruel social and geopolitical values that have been woven around the life and times of an Indian intelligence agent. Based loosely on real historical events and people, "Mission: Pakistan" takes the reader back to the tumultuous decade from the mid sixties to the early seventies, when India and Pakistan fought two wars within six years. "Mission: Pakistan" brings to focus not only the nature of this largely unseen intelligence war that takes place in the shadows but also the impact the underlying fault lines and internal security gangrene have on those affected.

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