Random House, 1986 - 301 sidor
Traces the heroic efforts of a young Assistant U.S. Attorney to organize a case against, and engineer the capture of, renegade CIA agent Edwin Wilson, whose machinations reached far into the intelligence establishment
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2 In Washington the first thing Monday morning, March 16, Keats telephoned
Barcella for an appointment. "John, it's been a while." "Ask me where I've been." "
Okay, where?" "Tripoli, Libya." Barcella let that percolate for a second. "Ed Wilson
Then, with Keats present, Barcella turned them over to a CIA emissary. A few
days later, Barcella called Reats and said, "Langley says they're worthless. They
don't go boom. That's a quote." "Shit," Reats said, "let me see what I can do."
How John Keats had said that Wilson was like "a caged lion down there." How
anxious he'd been to trade off his intelligence capability in exchange for a deal. "
Yes," Reiser told Barcella, "Ed is very interested in the intelligence aspect. Of that
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