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La Via Di Damasco Prima Parte Segretissimo Sas

Author: Gerard De Villiers
Publisher: Edizioni Mondadori
ISBN: 8852040668
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In Siria è guerra civile. Il paese è una polveriera che minaccia di far esplodere l'intero Medio Oriente. Ufficialmente gli Stati Uniti appoggiano la causa degli insorti, ma in realtà vorrebbero salvare il regime e gli equilibri della regione favorendo un semplice cambio al vertice. Per rovesciare il presidente Bashar al-Assad bisogna reclutare qualcuno disposto a tradire, e l'unico agente in grado di cavarsela nell'inferno siriano è Malko Linge. Ma a Damasco la partita si fa intricatissima. Malko dovrà guardarsi dal fascino femminile, perché le donne più belle che incontrerà sulla sua strada saranno anche le più pericolose: come Farah, che dispensa il piacere dei sensi e non disdegna la tortura. Dovrà giocare d'astuzia, mentire e ingannare. Missione delicata per il Principe delle Spie, in un nido di vipere dove non si sa più chi tradisce chi.

La Via Di Damasco Seconda Parte Segretissimo Sas

Author: Gerard De Villiers
Publisher: Edizioni Mondadori
ISBN: 8852041125
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Nella Siria che continua a bruciare, l'operazione orchestrata dalla CIA per deporre Bashar al-Assad è fallita. L'esercito lealista e i servizi segreti hanno vinto il primo round. Ma la sfida non si è ancora conclusa. Malko Linge è sul campo, pronto a ricominciare da zero. Ci sono nuovi traditori da assoldare, nuove alleanze da stringere, lungo una pista che porta fino in Egitto e in Russia. Personaggi pericolosi a cui appoggiarsi e da cui al tempo stesso guardarsi, gente che non si sa mai bene da quale parte stia. Serviranno tutta la freddezza e l'abilità del Principe delle Spie per mettere in atto una seconda macchinazione contro il raís di Damasco, e questa volta dovrà funzionare a ogni costo. Perché il minimo errore di valutazione, nel cuore del Medio Oriente in fiamme, conduce diritto al cimitero.

The Second Crusade 1148

Author: David Nicolle
Publisher: Osprey Publishing
ISBN: 9781846033544
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After the fall of the crusader kingdom of Edessa, the Pope called for a new crusade in 1145. This new campaign by the Christian west against the forces of eastern Islam would culminate in the 1148 siege of Damascus, then the capital city of an Islamic state that had been friendly towards the crusaders. Despite the earlier successes for the crusaders at Antioch and Jerusalem, and the weak fortifications around Damascus, the siege proved a dismal and embarrassing failure for the western armies. The siege was abandoned soon after it had started and the crusaders retreated. This defeat shocked the Christian world and dealt a severe blow to the confidence of the crusading armies, while bolstering the morale of their enemies. Utilizing numerous illustrations and full-color artwork, medieval warfare expert David Nicolle analyzes the often-debated battles around Damascus, explaining how the domination of the surrounding countryside by the Islamic forces became the decisive factor, and how the besieging crusading forces found themselves under siege. He also looks at the crusade in the larger context of the battle between East and West and explains how the Second Crusade proved a turning point in this ongoing struggle.

Spy Story

Author: Len Deighton
Publisher: HarperCollins UK
ISBN: 0007458401
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Computer games run in a classified war studies centre in London. Nuclear submarines prowl beneath Arctic ice. And war games go into real time. Patrick Armstrong - possibly the same reluctant hero of The Ipcress File - is sent to investigate.

The Judas Testament

Author: Daniel Easterman
Publisher: HarperCollins
ISBN: 9780007379224
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A curator of ancient documents, Dr. Jack Gould travels to Moscow at the urgent request of a friend to translate the verse on a recently unearthed parchment. Jack realizes with a sickening chill that what he is reading are the radical thoughts of Jesus, written in his own hand. Now he is caught in a terrifying crossfire--his only choice is to uncover the truth.

The First Crusade 1096 99

Author: David Nicolle
ISBN: 9780275988371
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"The battle of Lake Peipus took place in 1242 between the Teutonic Knights and the Russian city-state of Novgorod, led by its inspirational leader Alexandre Nevskii. The Teutonic Knights were a powerful military order, backed by the crusading zeal of Europe, the blessing of the Pope and the support of the Holy Roman Emperor. This battle, although little-known in the West, was important in the history of the medieval eastern Crusades, the Teutonic defeat having a serious effect on future events. David Nicolle's text examines the Crusade against Novgorod and the fierce fighting around the frozen shores of Lake Peipus." --Book Jacket.

The Testament

Author: Eric Van Lustbader
Publisher: Forge Books
ISBN: 9781429913393
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The hit international thriller from Eric Van Lustbader, the New York Times bestselling author of The Bourne Legacy For centuries, a hidden splinter sect of the Franciscans has guarded secrets that could transform the world. Now the safety of those secrets—and much more—depends on one man. Braverman “Bravo” Shaw always knew his father had secrets. But not until Dexter Shaw dies mysteriously does Bravo discover the enormity of his father's life as a high-ranking member of the Order of Gnostic Observatines. For more than eight hundred years, the Order has preserved an ancient cache of documents that could shake Christianity to its foundations. But the rival Knights of St. Clement will stop at nothing to obtain the treasure, and now Bravo is a target and a pawn in an ongoing war far larger and more deadly than any he could have imagined. From New York City to Washington, D.C., to Paris, to Venice, and beyond, the race is on for the quintessential prize...the Testament. At the Publisher's request, this title is being sold without Digital Rights Management Software (DRM) applied.

Acre 1291

Author: David Nicolle
Publisher: Osprey Publishing
ISBN: 9781841768625
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Osprey's study of the battle at Acre, one of the last campaigns of the Crusages (1095-1291). In April 1291, a Mamluk army laid siege to Acre, the last great Crusader fortress in the Holy Land. For six weeks, the siege dragged on until the Mamluks took the outer wall, which had been breached in several places. The Military Orders drove back the Mamluks temporarily, but three days later the inner wall was breached. King Henry escaped, but the bulk of the defenders and most of the citizens perished in the fighting or were sold into slavery. The surviving knights fell back to their fortress, resisting for ten days, until the Mamluks broke through. This book depicts the dramatic collapse of this great fortress, whose demise marked the end of the Crusades in the Holy Land.