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US author Allan Topol talks to the Herald about his latest book, The Argentine Triangle

August 13, 2014, Buenos Aires Herald

Covington's Allan Topol talks to the Herald about his latest book, The Argentine Triangle. 

"Craig Page, CIA agent and lead character in Allan Topol’s novels, has taken his author all over the world. With Craig and his next adventure always in mind, Topol has travelled to China, Russia and Spain to see for himself the next setting for his character’s patriotic feats. This time, Craig has brought Topol to Argentina to write his latest thriller The Argentine Triangle, where Page has to undertake a mission that will take him to high-end places in Recoleta and small cabins in the middle of nowhere in Bariloche. Topol talked to the Herald about his new book, and what he could observe about Argentina’s current situation during his stay here."

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