Traitor : a thriller / Jonathan de Shalit ; translated by Steven Cohen.
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- ISBN: 9781501170485 (hardback)
- ISBN: 1501170481 (hardback)
- Edition: First Emily Bestler Books/Atria Books hardcover edition.
First published in Hebrew under the title Boged (Yerushalayim : Keter, 2015).
"A young Israeli man offers state secrets to the American government, but his contact there is actually a Russian mole who brings him into the fold of the KGB. Years later, there's a rumor that there's a spy at the highest levels of the Israeli government, and an international manhunt begins"-- Provided by publisher.
Central Intelligence Agency
Traitors > Fiction.
Moles (Spies) > Fiction.
Israel > Politics and government > Fiction.
Citation: De Shalit, Jonathan. "Traitor : a thriller." New York : Emily Bestler Books, Atria, 2018.