Three deadly enemies . . . one impossible espionage mission to bring them down.
The story of the most successful espionage coup – and best-kept secret – of this century.
It is 1968. Israeli intelligence has learned that Egypt, with Soviet help, will develop atomic bombs within months – an untimely end for the young nation unless a source of uranium for Israeli bombs can be had in complete secrecy. Impossible, of course, unless someone as improbable as the plan can be found to steal it.
Working alone, Israeli agent Nat Dickstein concocts an ingenious scenario for the biggest, and quietest, hijacking in history. Against him are the Russian KGB, Egyptian Intelligence and the Arab extremist Fedayeen. With him is a half-English, half-Arab young woman of uncertain allegiance, who discovers Dickstein’s Achilles heel . . .