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Master Spies Die Laughing: a novel interpretation of undercover espionage…

by Dan Speers

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This book is incredible! A story based on actual reports, documented conversations, and secret meetings in the White House and Pentagon. A story that is so close to the truth that it had to be published as a novel. A story for every American.

This is Dan's funniest book ever...the truth about how a secret plan to attack Iran was bungled by inept intelligence.
  DanSpeers | Jul 18, 2009 |
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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 143920358X, Paperback)

A terrorist bomb explodes in the basement of the White House. America rallies behind an embattled administration. The President immediately orders a deadly, retaliatory strike against Iran. Bunker-busting bombs destroy Iran's nuclear facilities. It was the ultimate October surprise, destined to save reputations and change the outcome of the November elections. That was the plan. Provocative and timely, "Master Spies Die Laughing" is based on actual events, technology and cutting-edge surveillance systems that most Americans would be stunned to know exists. Truth is scarier than fiction in this actual rendition of a half-baked conspiracy plot hatched by an embattled President, duplicitous agents, clueless spies, befuddled bureaucrats, and a pernicious Pentagon. The only thing standing in the way of an American Armageddon are two of the strangest spies in history, a pair of teenage computer geeks, and a New Jersey crime family. That and a critical lack of intelligence.

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