The Prometheus DeceptionLarge Print - 2000
A conspiracy has been skillfully executed between big business and highly placed government officials. And the end result is just days away. Yet, it is possible this scheme could be frustrated by a single man, ex-spy Nick Bryson. Although starting a new life as a college professor, his psyche still suffers from wounds inflicted five years earlier when he was forced to retire from the Directorate (a top-secret U.S. espionage outfit) and was simultaneously abandoned by his beloved wife. And even Worse, Bryson finds out that what he believed to be a legitimate organization, the Directorate may in fact be a Soviet Agency. In fact, when he was working for them, what he thought were operations performed in the best interest of his country may have actually sabotaged several legitimate American initiatives. Backed by the CIA, Bryson sets out to investigate the Prometheus, calling upon his extensive experience and contact in the spy trade. As the investigation continues, he becomes painfully aware that in this wired world, nothing is truly private.
Publisher: Thorndike, Me. : G.K. Hall & Co., 2000
Edition: Large print ed. --
Branch Call Number: FIC/LUD