Robert Ludlum's the Bourne Betrayal

Robert Ludlum's the Bourne Betrayal

A New Jason Bourne Novel

Book - 2007
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Baker & Taylor
"Jason Bourne must fight off attempts on his life, track down uranium, and stop terrorists from launching an even more devastating attack against the U.S."--Provided by the publisher.

Blackwell North Amer
Already devastated by loss, Bourne is shattered by a report that his last friend in the world, Martin Lindros, has gone missing. A Central Intelligence Agency deputy director, Lindros was in Ethiopia tracking suspicious shipments of yellowcake uranium and atomic bomb weaponry.
Bourne will not let go of Lindros, his last lifeline to humanity. Despite his hatred for CI, Bourne sets out to rescue his friend and finish the job: dismantling a terrorist network - one determined to build nuclear armaments - by cutting off their source of money. But Bourne doesn't realize that these men, Islamic supremacists, are leaders of an incredibly dangerous, technologically savvy group with ties to Africa, throughout the Middle East, and into Eastern Europe and Russia. They have predicted Bourne's every move and are counting on his unwitting help in their plans to destroy America.

Hachette Book Group
Already devastated by loss, Bourne is shattered by a report that his last friend in the world, Martin Lindros has gone missing. A CI deputy director, Lindros was in Ethiopia tracking suspicious shipments of yellowcake uranium and atomic bomb weaponry. His last lifeline to humanity, Bourne will not let Lindros go. Despite his hatred for CI, Bourne sets out to rescue his friend and finish the job: dismantling a terrorist network determined to build nuclear armaments by cutting off their source of money. But Bourne doesn't realize that these men, Islamic supremacists, are leaders of an incredibly dangerous, technologically savvy group with ties from Africa, across the Middle East, and into Eastern Europe and Russia. They have predicted Bourne's every move, and are counting on his unwitting help in their plans to destroy America.

Baker
& Taylor

Rescuing a fellow agent who had been tracking shipments of nuclear materials, CIA agent Jason Bourne is plagued by confusing flashbacks of unfamiliar places and events that make him wonder if his memory has been altered.
Rescuing a fellow agent who had been tracking shipments of nuclear materials, CIA agent Jason Bourne is plagued by confusing flashbacks of unfamiliar places and events that make him wonder if his memory has been altered. 400,000 first printing.

Publisher: New York : Warner Books, c2007
ISBN: 9780446580373
Branch Call Number: FIC Lustb
Characteristics: 486 p.
Additional Contributors: Ludlum, Robert 1927-2001
Alternative Title: Bourne betrayal

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torna001
Nov 15, 2011

totally un-believable. Jason Bourne served in Nam and now he's present day, riding motorcycles, shooting guns when he's supposed to be 60-70! give me a break! this series is totally wrung out. Ludlum is the ultimate master and it should have ended there. This is a tired series. please end it!

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Books4eyes
Aug 11, 2010

With this the second Bourne book from Van Lustbader the writing in my opinion gets better. More exciting and faster paced. In this book we are introduced to Soraya Moore (a senior case officer). In future books we watch her career advance. This book has a lot of twists - all in all a good read.

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Gulp
Feb 06, 2010

Enjoyable read in the world of Jason Bourne . What would we do without this man?

Kate01 Aug 26, 2009

Great read!

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