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Burning the Apostle
 
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Bill Granger
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Burning the Apostle (November Man #13)

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Suspense master Bill Granger brings Devereaux, a.k.a. the November Man, back in a must-win race to head off a global nuclear disaster. A misguided socialite, a playboy senator, and the arson expert they hire to sabotage a nuclear reactor hatch a horrifying plot to destroy the energy industry.
Paperback, 368 pages
Published November 1st 1993 by Warner Books (NY) (first published 1993)
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Eric_W
“Espionage is just Trivial Pursuit at a different level.”

Excellent post-Cold War spy novel, one of Granger’s “November Man” series.The operatives in Section R are trying to discover how and why money is being laundered through a bank owned by one of the richest men in the world who happens to be friends with an important Senator who, in turn, is illicit friends with Britta Andrews, a leggy blonde with millions.

Devereaux, one of the operatives, had blackmailed Carroll Claymore, who worked for th
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brian dean
I enjoy the November Man books but have only picked them up from used book stores and libraries so I don't know the order. This one is one of the later ones though as the main character, Devereaux, is an advisor with a senior office-type job.

He quickly gets his hands dirty, though. In this book, set after the end of the cold war, eco-terrorists have planted bombs in a nuclear reactor, planning to make a dirty bomb that will cause the world to close all reactors around the world.

I like the series
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aka Joe Gash, Bill Griffith

Bill Granger, was a newspaperman turned novelist whose fiction alternated between international spy thrillers and police procedurals set on the gritty streets of Chicago.

Usually under his own name but sometimes under the pseudonym Joe Gash or Bill Griffiths, Mr. Granger wrote 25 novels, many of which evoked the rougher environs of Chicago and included colorful characters
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