Wednesday, October 15, 2014

Traveling The Globe Day #14

Today in Traveling The Globe we travel south to the Sea of Marmara, Istanbul. The largest city in Turkey was once called Constantinople and was the center of the Byzantium Empire or the Eastern Roman Empire up until 1453 AD.

By Manning Lee Stokes

The opium trade coming out of Turkey has been increasing over the years. Running it is a cartel protected by four extremely dangerous assassins.

 Secret Mission: Istanbul
by Don Smith

To Phil Sherman, the mission sounded too easy. A major KGB chief had defected to Istanbul and he needed someone to sneak into Bulgaria to leave a message for his wife to join him. That was it. But then someone betrays him, a team sent to extract the wife is ambushed, and Sherman is caught as a spy.
That Girl From Istanbul
by M. G. Braun

Al Glenne and his friend, Jeff, were curious what happened to the beautiful Turkish lady until the first body was found. Then they decided to find out what was going on and discovered an international espionage plot with a great deal at stake.

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