Necessary Extremes

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Penguin, Oct 2, 2007 - Fiction - 288 pages
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Known across Iran as a violent and powerful Mullah, Bijon Mujaharov is in fact a spy for the CIA. With his hateful speeches, he has won the respect of Iran’s leaders—and has gained access to their secrets. Now he has learned a devastating fact: Iran has weapons grade nuclear material—and Israel is their most likely target.

In order to prevent World War III, the CIA must take action from within. Agents Stills and Mackey are sent in to aid Bijon. But the mission is not merely to take out the nukes. They plan to incite an Iranian revolution…
 

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Tehran Iran
CIA Headquarters Langley Virginia Middle East Desk
Duce
Langley Virginia
FBI Building Washington D C
Fort Benning
IranIraq Border
CIA Headquarters
Tehran
Langley
Marine Convoy Near Kifri
Forward Observation Post IraqIran Border
Langley
Operation Wrecking Ball FOP Iron Mountain
CIA Headquarters
Just East of FOP Iron Mountain

FBI Building Washington D C
Tehran
CIA Weapons Training Facility Virginia
Andrews Air Force Base
Tehran
Baghdad Airport Iraq
Forward Observation Post Iraqi Border
First Marines Convoy
Tehran
Tehran
Western Iran
Tehran
IranIraq Border
FOP Iron Mountain
IranIraq Border
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David M. Salkin lives in Freehold, NJ.

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