A short story of conspiracy and mayhem by the author of Six Days of the Condor, reimagining the classic spy thriller in our post-9/11 world. In this chilling short story, a CIA analyst codenamed Condor is caught in the grip of a conspiracy he can barely understand. When he finds something strange linked to a covert operation in Afghanistan, he makes the mistake of contacting his superiors. Soon after, a gunman attacks during an office coffee break, killing all but Condor. Alone and out of his depth, Condor chases the conspiracy while on the run, learning quickly that, though the Cold War may be over, espionage remains a dangerous game. This heart-pounding spy story continues the adventures of Condor, James Grady's unforgettable character immortalized by Robert Redford in the classic film Three Days of the Condor, and currently portrayed by Max Irons in the all-new TV series Condor.
by Henry James
by James Grady
by James Joyce
by James Fenimore Cooper
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