The Angel, the Egyptian Spy Who Saved Israel

Author: Bar-Joseph, Uri
Price: $39.00
Publisher: HarperCollins
Year Published: 2016
Book Condition: Fine
Dust Jacket Condition: Fine
Binding: Hardcover
Edition: First Edition
A fine, unmarked copy, the dust jacket NOT price clipped. This is one of the key spies of the 20th Century, the son-in-law of Gamal Abdel Nasser and a key advisor to President Sadat until his corruption became too much to tolerate. The author is unaware that this spy, Ashraf Marwan was instrumental in establishing the Egyptian intelligence liaison with CIA during the Kissinger relationship with Sadat. Exiled to London, Marwan exacted his revenge on the Egyptian establishment by volunteering his services to Israeli intelligence - for a handsome price. The British have not been terribly interested in who threw Marwan from his London balcony - the Israelis, the Egyptians, OR - my favorite suspect - the Libyans at Gadhafi instructions.
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