Haaretz-International Herald Tribune: Questions and Answers with Haggai Carmon (PNG), September 2009

“As in Haggai’s previous books, this thriller offers a riveting story, fluidly written, full of characters and events.”  —President of Israel Shimon Peres on Triangle of Deception

10/22/2009 on Fresh Fiction, from Sabrina Marino:

“I was right alongside Dan Gordon trying to figure out if there was a mole on our side… Triangle of Deception gives readers a great view of the CIA world and the responsibilities they have to protect our government.” Click here for full review

10/23/2009 on Amazon, from Amos Lassen, 5 stars:

“This readable work keeps the reader turning pages and all seems too true. If you like cloak and dagger mysteries, then this is a book for you. Carmon manages to bring fact and fiction together based upon the reality of the way that things are. The characters are larger than life, the plot is exciting and the written word is wonderful.” Click here for full review

11/2/2009 on and Amazon, from Michelle Kaye Malsbury, 5 stars:

“…This story takes more twists and turns than a boa constrictor wrapping around its prey. To find out what goes on, who is killed, who lives, what information is gathered, and what happens to Dan Gordon please read this book. I promise it is a page turner that will keep you pinned to the edge of your seat!Click here for full review

11/4/2009 on

“Carmon manages to bring fact and fiction together in such a way that this is one thriller you just can’t put down! The extraordinary characters will captivate you while pulling you deeper into this riveting read.”

11/7/2009 on Amazon, from Charles Ashbacher, 5 stars:

“If you prefer your spy thrillers to have the flavor of a ‘James Bond’ action adventure, then this book will not burn a candle of interest in you. However, if you enjoy intelligent spy novels that more accurately reflect how it is done in the real world, then you will love this book. The layers of deception are so deep that at times Dan doesn’t know what his role really is.” Click here for full review

11/9/2009 on Chick that Loves Flicks and Books, from Kathy, 4 stars:

“This book intrigued me…I don’t know a lot about terrorist networks… [and] I felt like I was getting a glimpse of what goes on behind the scenes in chasing and capturing terrorists. It was fast paced and suspenseful and told with a sense of humor. …I’m looking forward to reading more books in this series.” Click here for full review

11/13/2009 on, from Dan, 4 stars:

“Dan Gordon is back in Haggai Carmon’s Triangle of Deception and what a thriller it is.” Click here for full review

11/13/2009 on TCM Reviews, from Victoria Kennedy:

Triangle of Deception gives an enthralling glimpse into a secret and complex world the rest of us never see. It’s a great read for those who want to know more about spies and the lives they lead.” Click here for full review

11/16/2009 on, from Mary Ann Smyth:

“Reading Triangle of Deception made me look over my shoulder while walking down the country road outside my house. There must be watchers everywhere. …Triangle of Deception is a thrilling and very frightening novel.” Click here for full review

11/22/2009 on A Reader’s Journal:

“Triangle of Deception is the fourth in a series featuring Dan Gordon.  I had not read the first three, so you can easily pick this one up and read it as a stand alone.  I’m looking forward to reading the earlier books and look forward to future releases.” Click here for full review

11/22/2009 on, from David E. Y. Sarna:

“While covers real-life financial crimes, we can’t resist writing about Haggai Carmon’s new book, Triangle of Deception. …It’s a great read, as its based on Carmon’s 30 years of practice as a lawyer dealing with greed and money-laudering.” Click here for full review

11/30/2009 on, from Julie Moderson:

“It is a great story that anyone would love to stay up late reading.” Click here for full review

12/2/2009 on, from Jacqueline Jung:

Triangle of Deception … is filled with so many characters, schemes, and twists that, initially, it’s difficult to keep track of it all. I’m glad that I hung in there, though, as it soon comes together, and, after it did, I wasn’t able to put the book down. This is real intrigue, without all the glamour and fluff … a must-read for fans of complex and chilling crime novels. Though this is my first Dan Gordon Intelligence Thriller, it definitely won’t be my last.” Click here for full review

12/22/2009 on Amazon and, from Haley, 4 stars:

“Triangle of Deception is one of those sit-on-the-edge-of-your-seat books. It’s book four of a series but it makes a wonderful standalone. I don’t want to say too much for fear of giving anything away! Fast paced, energetic, and exciting, this is one that any crime-thriller lover won’t want to miss.”

1/6/2010 on CC Chronicles, 4 stars:

“…an intellectual spy novel…Carmon has written an intriguing cloak and dagger spy novel that brings fact and fiction together.” Click here for full review

2/16/2010 on Freda’s Voice:

“I found myself becoming submerged into the intrigue of the main character Dan. …a must read for any fiction enthusiast!”

Check out these articles to see first-hand how relevant the subject matter of Triangle of Deception is to today’s world of espionage and terrorism: “Peres: Hezbollah operating in South America,” November 2009.

The Miami Herald: “Feds link 3 Miami-Dade businessmen to alleged Hezbollah front,” February 2010.

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