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Secret agents and spies.
Watching YouUndercover missions in hostile countries.
Potentially lethal operations.
Very cool spy gadgets.

The Dan Gordon Spy Club brings you the latest from the thrilling world of espionage because we’re obsessed with all things spy (and assume you might be as well seeing as you’ve found your way to us). From real spy news to gadgets to movies, we’ve got you covered. We also host contests from time to time, so you may want to brush up on your code-cracking skills or start developing that next mind-blowing idea for a spy gadget.

Dan Gordon is the creation of Haggai Carmon, who in addition to heading up the international law firm Carmon & Carmon/GLOBALAW, is the mastermind behind the Dan Gordon thriller series.

Haggai Carmon’s books are inspired by the two decades he spent deep in undercover work. Carmon, working for the U.S. Department of Justice and other U.S. government agencies, was wholly responsible for gathering all international intelligence in complex, multi-million dollar, white-collar money laundering and mega fraud cases. His work took him to over thirty countries around the world.

The Dan Gordon thrillers trace the collaborative work of the CIA and MOSSAD, and protagonist Dan Gordon, a Mossad veteran now working for the U.S. Department of Justice in foreign intelligence gathering, discovers that the seemingly routine cases he is handling are often espionage or terrorist related.

In 1985, the U.S. Justice Department started retaining Haggai Carmon as its attorney to represent the government’s interests in its Israeli civil litigation matters, a task he continues to perform. Carmon is also the legal counsel to the U.S. Embassy in Tel Aviv, and in 2007, he successfully represented the European Union in civil litigation cases in Israel. He also represents business entities with transnational interests.

Although the thrillers are fiction, their authenticity is unparalleled, a fact attested to by the identity and words of the individuals who wrote the books’ introductions.

· For Triple Identity: Sarah McKee, former general counsel, INTERPOL, USA and an “Anonymous” former top MOSSAD executive.

· For The Red Syndrome: Brigadier General Ephraim Sneh, Israel’s former Deputy Minister of Defense and Minister of Health.

· For The Chameleon Conspiracy: Andre LeGallo, former top CIA operative.

· For The Triangle of Defection: Jacob Perry, former director of SHABACK, Israel’s internal security service.

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