Homeland

    • 13,99 €

    • 13,99 €

Beschreibung des Verlags

The second, edge-of-your-seat prequel novel based on Showtime’s hit series, HOMELAND, ‘the best thriller on American television’ New York Post

Damascus, Syria, 2009. Carrie Mathison is leading an operation to capture or kill al Qaeda terrorist, Abu Nazir. But arriving at the compound where he was supposed to be in hiding, they find it empty. Carrie is sure that someone is leaking CIA information to the enemy and has betrayed their operation, seriously threatening American interests in the Middle East. To expose the double agent, her boss, Saul Berenson, devises an elaborate ruse that will send her on the most dangerous mission of her life.

This twisting tale of international intrigue takes fans deeper into the intense world of high-stakes espionage, and explores never-before-seen details of Carrie’s life as an operative in the Middle East, Saul’s past as an agent in Iran, Brody’s dark childhood and captivity, and events involving the trio—and other favourite characters, like Dar Adal—that will lead them to the present.

Reviews

Praise for HOMELAND Series 1:

‘Thrilling, clever, beautifully-made television’ *****
The Telegraph

‘The big new US TV drama you won't want to miss’
The Guardian

About the author

Andrew Kaplan is the international bestselling author of the Scorpion thriller series. A former journalist and war correspondent, he covered events around the world and served in both the U.S. Army and the Israeli Army, including providing military intelligence analysis for the Israel Defense Force. The CIA has tried on several occasions to recruit him and he has consulted with think tanks that advise governments. His film writing career includes the James Bond classic, Goldeneye. He lives with his family in Southern California. This is his first Homeland novel.

GENRE
Krimis und Thriller
ERZÄHLER:IN
PR
Penelope Rawlins
SPRACHE
EN
Englisch
DAUER
11:17
Std. Min.
ERSCHIENEN
2014
9. Oktober
VERLAG
HarperCollins
GRÖSSE
475,1
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