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Decorated current CIA analyst Mark Henshaw continues the
“authentic, compelling, and revealing” (Jason Matthews) Red
Cell series following agent Kyra Stryker who must work to
save the CIA from being torn apart by a mole at the highest
echelons, with the help of recently retired analyst,
When a dirty bomb goes off in an Israeli port, Israel’s
feared intelligence service—the Mossad—unleashes their most
deadly assassins across the globe. They suspect that Iran
supplied the radioactive material used in the attack, and
Israel will protect the homeland by any means necessary.
Meanwhile at CIA headquarters in Langley, Virginia, Kyra
Stryker is just settling in to her new position: chief of
the Red Cell, the CIA’s special ops think tank. Soon after
the attack on Israel, the CIA discovers evidence that a mole
in Langley is helping Mossad wage its covert war. The FBI
launches a counterintelligence investigation led by an
ambitious special agent, who quickly identifies a suspect.
Not convinced that the FBI has the right man, Stryker asks
for help from her former mentors—now-retired Red Cell Chief
Jonathan Burke and his wife, former CIA Director Kathryn
Cooke—to protect the convenient scapegoat, find the truth,
and convince Mossad to stop its assassination campaign
before a world war overtakes the Middle East. Kyra’s
campaign takes her to Iran, where she uncovers kidnapping,
torture, back-channel diplomacy, and an illegal op, but also
finds help from the most unlikely source she could imagine.
“[A] taut plot” (Publishers Weekly), The Last Man
in Tehran is a deeply satisfying, fascinating and
thrilling novel by a real-life CIA analyst.
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