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A website in Yemen associated with the Islamic jihad annunces the offer of a $25,000,000 prize, in memory of Osama bin-Laden, to be awarded the group or individual perpetrating an attack in the continental United States that exceeds in impact the catastrophe of 9/11. Some in the Muslim world believe it a plot to entice would-be contenders to expose themselves to CIA counteraction, but the FBI is informed that the Prize's sponsors are actually prominent Wall Street executives. The Bureau borrows operative Hannah Crossman from the CIA to go undercover in New York City in an effort to obtain evidence sufficient to prosecute. Her mission becomes further complicated by the intervention of a far more dangerous group of individuals insisting it be recognized as a leading claimant of the Bin-Laden Prize.
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FREDERICK HARRISON has served in the Senior Intelligence Service of the Central Intelligence Agency, as well as in the Office of Naval Intelligence and the National Security Agency. He lives in the Washington, D.C. area. The Bin-Laden Prize is his sixth novel.
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