Acrobat

Gonzalo Lira

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They are young, tough and resourceful, and they have been targeted for assassination by the very agency that made them. They are the CIA work-group known as Acrobat, and they are on the run.

- Duncan Idaho, the Langley roadrunner who skirts the line between brilliantly daring and foolishly reckless.

- Monika Summers, a ray of all-American sunshine, the utility player who can do it all, and does it exceptionally well.

- Tobey Jansen, the nerdy financial genius trapped in the body of a punk-rocking anarchist.

- Ljubica Greene, elegant and beautiful, the shopper who can score high caliber firearms or bogus walking papers as easily as shopping at Neiman Marcus.

- Russell Orr, the six-foot-four strategic planner who knows how to keep his options open.

What did Acrobat see in their time at Langley? What secrets did they uncover? How long will they last on the run? And most important of all, when will they realize that one of their own has betrayed them?

From a blazing firefight in the bowels of Times Square, to a whisper campaign in the quiet hallways of Langley; from the political minefield of a White House briefing room, to a nightmarish chase down a lonely country road--Acrobat redefines the espionage thriller.

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PART IIdeas of OrderWe don’t have enemies anymore, said Tom Carr. The whole world’s on the same page—even the Commies in China are coming our way: Democracy, capitalism, human rights, all that other good shit. That can be bad for Central Intelligence.You figure? asked Duncan Idaho.Tom Carr nodded. It robs us of a reason for being. When people don’t have a purpose, they get ideas.CHAPTER 1Tuesday Morning at Times SquareTom Carr was the first to arrive at the rendezvous point: The Red Line platform at the Times Square subway station in New York City.

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Gonzalo Lira

Gonzalo Lira graduated from Dartmouth in 1995. He is the author of Tomáh Errázurih and Counterparts. He lives overseas.

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Acrobat
Gonzalo Lira

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St. Martin's Press
May 2003
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ISBN: 9781429977012
ISBN10: 1429977019
320 pages
$7.99
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