A Turkish Triangle, by Bill Rapp

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ISBN: 978-1-684920-79-2
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A Turkish Triangle, by Bill Rapp

CIA officer Karl Baier has been banished to the training division after his most recent escapade in Berlin, where he helped bring a KGB defector out to the West.  But his enforced idyll is about to end when he is sent to Turkey to uncover the reasons behind the deaths of three Soviet assets.  And this as US-Soviet relations threaten to explode over the Cuban missile crisis.  Baier eventually gets to the cause of the three deaths, but in doing so he discovers that the story does not end there.  Those killings were part of a much more ambitious scheme that seeks to reorient the US-Turkish relationship, alter the balance of power in the Middle East, and undermine the U.S. posture against the Soviet Union in the Caribbean and beyond.  Before his mission is over, Baier will find his faith in himself, his world, and the organization he has worked in for the past fifteen years challenged as never before.


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