The Death Merchant

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Bantam, Oct 1, 1985 - Biography & Autobiography - 438 pages
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Documents the career of ex-CIA agent Edwin P. Wilson, who was lured out of hiding in Libya in 1982 and forced to stand trial for his involvement in the world's most profitable illicit arms organization

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Review: The Death Merchant: The Rise and Fall of Edwin P. Wilson

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Utterly fascinating from page one. I remember reading about Edwin P. Wilson in a series of investigative reports in the New York Times during the 1980s. Everything you ever wanted to know about how an ... Read full review


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