In the wake of the 1991 Gulf War, Saddam Hussein seeks to allievate the pain of his excruciating defeat at the hands of the Americans by humiliating them publically on July 4. He commissions his Deputy Ambassador to the United Nations to hire a man who’d be right for the job. That man is Antonio Cavalli, a lawyer and one of the figureheads of the New York mafia. Meanwhile, an Israeli ex-model Mossad agent aims to take Saddam’s head for personal reasons. And at the epicentre of the events, Scott Bradley is tasked with the job of finding Saddam’s prize, the artefact the Dictator had stolen so that he could exact revenge on the American Nation: the American Declaration of Independence.
About Jeffrey Archer
Jeffrey Archer is a best-selling suspense writer. A prolific writer, he is known for Kane and Abel, A Twist in the Tale, Shall We Tell The President?, Not a Penny More, Not a Penny Less and And Thereby Hangs a Tale.