Series: Covert-One

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The Hades Factor by Robert Ludlum1
The Cassandra Compact by Robert Ludlum2
The Paris Option by Robert Ludlum3
The Altman Code by Robert Ludlum4
The Lazarus Vendetta by Robert Ludlum5
The Moscow Vector by Robert Ludlum6
Robert Ludlum's The Arctic Event by Robert Ludlum7
Robert Ludlum's The Ares Decision by Kyle Mills8
Robert Ludlum's The Janus Reprisal by Jamie Freveletti09
Robert Ludlum's The Utopia Experiment by Kyle Mills10
Robert Ludlum's The Geneva Strategy by Jamie Freveletti11
Robert Ludlum's The Patriot Attack by Kyle Mills12

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Series description

The Covert-One series is a sequence of thriller novels written by several authors in conjunction with Robert Ludlum. The books feature a team of political and technical experts, belonging to a top-secret U.S. agency called Covert-One, who fight corruption and conspiracy at the highest and most dangerous levels of society.

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