The Phoenix Affair


      The Phoenix Affair
Nearly 20 years after declining an invitation to join the CIA, Air Force Colonel Paul Cameron finds he s a part of the secret Phoenix program and takes on an innocent sounding CIA mission to help an old friend in trouble As al Qaeda hunts the pair across Europe and the Middle East, Cameron must rely on his wits to survive relentless attacks designed to silence his Saudi friend and preserve a sweeping plan to attack the American homeland.From the subways of Paris to the parched dunes of the Arabian Desert, The Phoenix Affair is a fast paced and intricately wrought thriller that skips across three continents Cameron is a natural survivor, and his is a sweeping tale of technology, tradecraft, quick thinking and hard fighting from the first pages to the final climactic conflict. Free Download The Phoenix Affair By Paul Clark For Kindle ePUB or eBook – cricketworldcuplivestreaming.com

Paul Clark is a retired USAF Colonel, fighter pilot, and commander During 26 years in the Air Force, he travelled widely in Europe and the Middle East and met a lot of interesting people Since retirement, he s been a Consultant, still travels to the same old haunts, and writes in his spare time, often on long flights The Phoenix Affair was largely written the same waythe next Paul Cameron installment is in production Hope for lots of travel, it ll get done faster

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  • Kindle Edition
  • 384 pages
  • The Phoenix Affair
  • Paul Clark
  • English
  • 23 April 2019

10 thoughts on “ The Phoenix Affair

  1. says:

    Very informative and entertainingAll of the details andyou could ask for on being a good spy A bit long but as I said detailed Over all good read.

  2. says:

    What can I say about this one a John Le Carre type spy novel, with believeable characters, believeable plot, for me too much time spent on explanations about muslim religion Good touch with the good muslims and the bad muslims It kept me reading long after I should have put it down and gone to ...

  3. says:

    Well written This novel is well written, full of action and in sight The world has changed since 911 , terrorism is world wide and there is a great deal of misconception about religion, justice and the efforts to put an end to it The author addresses these issues.

  4. says:

    Too many grammatical errors, boring story line Waste of my time.

  5. says:

    Great read Really kept my attention Lots of action and plausible scenarios Just enough historical background to maintain interest Thank you Mr Clark.

  6. says:

    This was a forgotten book in kindle and just now read it It was okay This was a forgotten book in kindle and just now read it It was okay

  7. says:

    Great Great story can t wait to get the next book I would give it give stars if that was the scale.

  8. says:

    Great read Clark has nailed the character of new prototype agency in a post 9 11 world Light and smooth flow a pleasantly quick well developed p lol it Great start, and the story just continues.

  9. says:

    Pretty good plot, but it often felt a bit too wordy for me The author sought to educate me on another culture, which I appreciated, but sometimes it just went on too long for me.

  10. says:

    Great spy novel for the modern world Paints a good picture of the different cultures while still being an entertaining read.

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