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The Traitor: A Tommy Carmellini Novel [Kindle Edition]

Stephen Coonts

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    Coonts knows how to write and build suspense… a natural storyteller. (The New York Times Book Review)

    An assured international thriller. (Publishers Weekly)

    The prevailing spook mode shifts from cloak to dagger, and suddenly the guys they thought were watching their backs are aiming at them. (Kirkus Reviews)

    The Traitor contains layer upon layer of deceit and deception…plenty of fistfights and explosions…. Coonts's trademark excitement keep[s] the pages turning to the book's ultimate conclusion. (

    Vintage Coonts...plenty of action and intrigue. (Dallas Morning News on Liars & Thieves)


    When he is assigned to Paris, CIA officer Tommy Carmellini joins his old boss Jake Grafton on a bold mission: To locate a French intelligence agent who has secret investments in the Bank of Palestine. Together they work to unravel a tangle of espionage, deception, and murder…and develop an elaborate strategy to infiltrate the highest levels of Al Queda.
    Meanwhile, the leaders of the G-8 industrialized nations will soon meet in Paris--an event that would make a tempting terrorist target. Throw into the mix the beautiful, clever daughter of the French ambassador to Washington and an Israeli spy or two, and the stage is set for a tour de force of deception and drama.

    Soon Carmellini and Grafton unearth a horrifying plan to shake the West as never before. But can they stop the conspiracy without compromising the intelligence source that could bring down Al Queda once and for all?


    • Format: Kindle Edition
    • Dateigröße: 828 KB
    • Seitenzahl der Print-Ausgabe: 372 Seiten
    • Verlag: St. Martin's Press; Auflage: Reprint (6. März 2007)
    • Verkauf durch: Amazon Media EU S.à r.l.
    • Sprache: Englisch
    • ASIN: B000R7PUV0
    • Text-to-Speech (Vorlesemodus): Aktiviert
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    An international thriller by Stephen Coonts deserves an exceptional narration and that is precisely what film and television actor Dennis Boutsikaris provides. At times gruff, at other times forbidding, he always imbues his characters with a defining vocal twist.

    As Coonts fans know and appreciate this author wastes no time in hooking readers/listeners attention. This time it's with the death of a French intelligence agent on an Air France flight to Amman, Jordan. Such an untimely demise leads Jake Grafton, now CIA operations officer in charge of Europe to suspect that the director of French intelligence has a spy planted among top Al Queda.

    Does the French director vehemently deny this? Of course, he does.

    There's only one person Grafton can rely on in a life and death situation, and it's Tommy Carmellini. Seems that would be an intrepid duo and that they are. But it takes more than strength and intelligence to figure out who is spying on whom and what may happen when the leaders of the G-8 nations meet in Paris. It's especially difficult to find the truth when their lives are in danger.

    Another topnotch thriller from Coonts and aces performance by Boutsikaris.

    - Gail Cooke
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    5.0 von 5 Sternen For truth and Justice all the way 3. August 2006
    Von Tyler S. Ferguson - Veröffentlicht auf
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    Knowing that you have to read in order to write, I find Stephen Coonts writing superb. His command of military structure and knowledge of world events that he weaves into his narration has no equal. The Traitor is the kind of novel that takes you into the back alleys of Europe. No one does this type of adventure better than Coonts.

    The two things I like best about the book are the characters and the settings. Mr. Coonts has the uncanny ability to shape and weave a character into a plot that seamlessly holds your interest as you turn page after page. I usually find his books too short, even though the publisher would usually have him cut the pages.

    The settings of Europe can't help but draw one into the story. One of the things I like most about Mr. Coonts books are the absolute honesty of Jake Grafton and his other characters. They stand for what they believe in which seems to be in short supply today.

    I find books like this far more refreshing than the Da Vinci Code with its secrets and made up plots. A great read.

    TS Ferguson, Author of Apocrypha
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    5.0 von 5 Sternen The Traitor; down a different road. 21. August 2006
    Von T. Ballou - Veröffentlicht auf
    Format:Gebundene Ausgabe|Verifizierter Kauf
    Another boomer from Stephen Coonts. He proves that Jake Grafton can play a great commanding/supporting role as well as the action hero. Tommy Carmenelli continues to develop as a serious character. This book is well edited as well. I could find none of the technical or grammatical glitches so common in otherwise good books today. It's good quality literature and some excitement for the money.
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    4.0 von 5 Sternen Who is the Traitor? 24. Oktober 2006
    Von Alex Tang - Veröffentlicht auf
    Format:Gebundene Ausgabe
    "Tangle within tangle, plot and counter-plot, rue and treachery, cross and double-cross, true agent, false agent, double agent, gold and steel, the bomb, the dagger and the firing party, were interwoven in many a texture so intricate and yet true. The Chief and High Officers of the Secret Service reveled in these subterranean labyrinths, and pursued their task with cold and silent passion." This quotation by Sir Winston S. Churchill aptly described Stephen Coonts' latest spy thriller, The Traitor.

    The plot is about an Al-Queda attempt to blow up the government leaders attending a G-8 summit in Paris. Jake Grafton has moved up from being a top gun pilot in Flight of the Intruder. He is now a retired admiral and on the payroll of the CIA. Jake is the new CIA head of European Ops. The CIA suspected the Direction Generale de la Securite Exterieure (DGSE) i.e. French Intelligence has a mole in the top Al-Qaeda leadership and they wanted to have access to this person. So Grafton was sent to Paris and he took along Tommy Carmellini, a CIA `fix it' man along. Carmellini was involved with Grafton in previous Coonts novels when he was an admiral.

    There are enough twist in the plots and subplots to keep the reader's head spinning. After a couple of break-ins, buggings, surveillances and a trail of bodies, it was revealed that the spy handler became the `handlee'; there was a reversal of roles. Of course, the plot failed.

    The novel was packed with action and fast moving enough to keep the reader interested. However Coonts' characters were rather 2 dimensional. It would be interesting to have more depth to the character of the Al-Qaeda double agent and his DGSE handler. The Islamist terrorists came across as rather stereotyped. It will nice to be allowed to have a glimpse into the mind of these Jihadists. Why do they do what they do? Why the disregard for innocent lives? Why is their faith so strong that they are willing to strap explosives to their bodies and blow themselves up? How do they develop such a faith?

    No spy thriller will be complete without its array of technological gadgets. Here, there are the usual audio and video surveillance bugs, computers code breakers and Interlink. Interlink -S is a US government internet network that contains classified information and Interlink-C is the internet network where the US, Britain, Australia and Canada shared intelligence. The best gadget in my opinion is a wireless Taser. This gadget is like a pistol. Instead of shooting a bullet, it shoots a laser beam to mark the target and then a few thousand watts of electricity ride along the beam of light to fried the target!

    As usual, Stephen Coonts delivers a good spy thriller and a pleasant way to spend an afternoon.
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    4.0 von 5 Sternen His characters are people, not caricatures 9. Januar 2007
    Von Old Audio - Veröffentlicht auf
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    Granted, some of the technical elements are stretched. But his characters are almost real. Coonts's writing style is excellent without much of the over-technicalization that is typical of many adventure writers. Yes, the ending is slightly over the top, but not impossible. Think about 9/11.

    Between Jake, Tommy, and Sarah there is good rapport. I felt as though I was watching the action, not merely reading. Their travels around Paris make me want to go there.
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