Masquerade

Masquerade

Book - 1996
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Now that communism has fallen, the enemy may be much closer to home--and much more difficult to find. MASQUERADE moves at headlong speed through a terrifying underworld that encompasses the posh beach communities of California, a highly secret CIA training camp, the nether world of Washington supespies, and the dangerous backstreets of Paris. Leading the chase--both hunter and hunted--Is Liz Sansborough herself. She may be trained government agent gone bad--or an innocent victim and dupe. In a world of distorting mirrors, it's almost impossible to see the truth. Finally, she must depend on her own instincts and cunning to separate an almost unthinkable reality from the elaborate fantasy that has been created for her to inhabit--and, in doing so, she discovers hard truths not only about her own identity, but about the people to whome we entrust the continue identity of the world as we know it.
Publisher: New York : Doubleday, 1996.
Edition: 1st ed.
ISBN: 9780385479615
0385479611
Branch Call Number: LYND
Characteristics: 419p. 24cm.

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Aug 11, 2017

Interested in the character Liz Sandborough who I was first introduced to in the short story Rambo on Their Minds in the anthology Matchup.

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