As Egypt comes closer to developing a nuclear bomb, the Mossad's number-one Israeli agent is given an impossible mission: to beat the Arabs in the nuclear arms race...
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful: Espionage and romance, Follett style, May 5, 2003 Reviewer: Rebekah S. Harris from West Haven, CT USA Ken Follett once again writes an incredibly compelling novel. "Triple" begins at protagonist Nat Dickstein's release from the concentration camps, and goes ahead to 1968. Of three groups - Dickstein representing Israel, as well as spies from the KGB and Egypt - who will ultimately wind up with the uranium to build a nuclear weapon? The way Follett recreates history, the book COULD be true. He does a marvelous job, even when the point of view goes from one spy to another. This is NOT a "light read" but it's intriguing... captivating... and worth your time.