By Barry Eisler
For Delilah, the Mossad's best seductress, the parameters of the task have been regimen. The contractor: MI6. the target: infiltrate a fear community, this one working out of London. The stakes: a sequence of poison fuel assaults on civilian inhabitants centers.
There's only one wrinkle. the objective is a woman--as shrewdpermanent, attractive, and devoted as Delilah herself. And for a cynical operative thrust without warning out of her aspect, the twists and turns of the undercover agent online game are nowhere close to as harmful because the secrets and techniques and needs of the human heart.
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Akhmerov used the cover of a successful furrier and was also known as Michael Green, Michael Adamec, and Bill Greinke; his code name was YUNG. He married Earl Browder’s niece, Helen Lowry, and she joined him in espionage work. Elizabeth Bentley (1908–1963) knew him simply as Bill. S. government agents serving Nathan Gregory Silvermaster (fl. 1935–1946). Elizabeth Bentley eventually found him to be an obnoxious supervisor and he grew to dislike her, after attempts to placate her obvious dislike of him and how he operated.
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Their son died when he was 19, and Bell and his wife were divorced. In 1977, while 20 Encyclopedia of Cold War Espionage, Spies, and Secret Operations recovering from the shock of these two events, Bell became friends with a neighbor who had recently settled in America and managed the local branch of a PolishAmerican engineering company. Bell’s new friend was a salesman for the company, which sold industrial equipment to the aerospace industry. His neighbor was also a secret recruiting agent for Polish intelligence.