B.D. Andersen's Agents of Deception can go toe to toe with the likes of his contemporaries in the genre any day. His characters are compelling and the plot, a well researched and intricate story, is paced more like an episode of "24" than the actual black and white text that it is! -- Josh Clark
The real story of Saddam Hussein's carnage created in one of the most horrific crimes of the century has never been told. This compelling tale containing sinister details that the CIA and NSA never wanted divulged to the U.S. public now unfolds in the plot of Agents of Deception. And it will no doubt add to the bio-terrorist paranoia Americans may be living with today. Even our most senior intelligence officers are fearful of telling the truth about what happened and may possibly happen again.
While Saddam Hussein will be remembered as little more than the brutal oppressor who failed in his Middle Eastern takeover his real agenda is now exposed in this book. "Diabolical" is a tame description of what was being premeditated in his regime and advanced with the aid of wealthy participants in hemispheres of both Americas. The scope of his malevolence is hard to fathom and the degree to which he almost succeeded is terrifying.
As you read this account, remember that this story is only a few years old, but another attempt of this type is just as likely to occur. Middle East unrest, porous borders, drug addiction and new science can foment and facilitate just such a cataclysmic effect.
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After graduating from the University of Florida in the school of Business Administration with a major in economics, Andersen's working life was spent in the international medical and pharmaceutical industry as an owner and CEO of his own company. Traveling regularly on business and pleasure in most of the countries portrayed in his writings, he developed a key insight into the possible violations within the legal drug trade and of the deception, which lies just beneath the surface with a few unscrupulous people in this world.
Andersen lives in Florida, is married with four grown children and nine grand children, and devotes his time to further travel, gardening, writing and helps care for the couples many horses and dogs. He has seventeen copyrighted songs and a published book of poems. This is his first novel.
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Book Description Special Publications, Inc., 2009. Paperback. Book Condition: New. book. Bookseller Inventory # M1892937417
Book Description Special Publications, Inc., 2009. Paperback. Book Condition: Brand New. first edition. 304 pages. 8.90x6.00x0.80 inches. In Stock. Bookseller Inventory # 1892937417