by Random House .
Written in English
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||335|
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He started his writing career in the year with the release of his first book titled A Firing Offense. This book also debuted his Nick Stefanos series. Since then, author Pelecanos has penned multiple novel series and books in his writing career. Author Pelecanos . In a break from the Middle East focus of his first three thrillers (The Bank of Fear, , etc.), Ignatius forces the hero of this tense new novel to walk a tightrope between digging up foreign-intrigue stories for his paper and doing increasingly dangerous chores for the CIA. It all begins innocently enough, when Rupert Cohen, an Agency loose cannon who wants to trade his cloak and dagger. "A FIRING OFFENSE is an uncomfortably real story about Eric Truell's journalistic adventures as he tiptoes upon the thin ice that separates his professional commitment from the apparently noble needs of the CIA. Written in the first person, this narrative is right up Richard Ferrone's alley. A dark alley it is. Open Library is an open, editable library catalog, building towards a web page for every book ever published. A firing offense by David Ignatius, , Thorndike Press edition, in English A firing offense ( edition) | Open LibraryPages: