The Red Cell
The Red Cell

The Red Cell


225 Pages, 6 x 9

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Publication Date: January 2014

ISBN 9781495600524

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In their latest assignment, Steve Church and Kella Hastings, members of a CIA out-of-the-box unit called the Red Cell, find themselves in the crosshairs of the Quds Force, Iran's elite commando group, as payback for a recent operation against the Tehran regime. In a series of thrusts and counter-thrusts, Steve and Kella battle General Ghassem Yosemani, the Quds Force commander, in operations and escapes that take them across Brussels, Paris, New York, and finally San Francisco, as Yosemani becomes ever more determined to kill Steve and Kella and wreak chaos and devastation on the U.S. economy. The Red Cell is the last book in the trilogy including The Caliphate and Satan's Spy, all written by former master spy and master storyteller André Le Gallo, and all painting a vivid, fictionalized picture of the intense but covert war that has been going on between Iran and the United States since the Tehran hostage crisis.

Author Biography

During his career with the Central Intelligence Agency, André Le Gallo weathered several coups, a war and a revolution. He has been mentioned in books on the CIA, and he has spoken extensively on intelligence topics. Mr. Le Gallo was CIA Chief of Station in four separate countries. In that capacity, he managed intelligence collection, counterintelligence, and special operations. He also served the agency in other posts on several continents. He held senior positions in the Near East, Latin America, West Europe Divisions, as well as on the National Intelligence Council and the staff of the agency's Inspector General. As the National Intelligence Officer for Counterterrorism, the one-stop shop on counterterrorism for the CIA director, he briefed senior officials and policymakers, and he testified before Congress. He originated and authorized National Intelligence Estimates, oversaw the national terror warning system, and consulted with foreign counterparts. He chaired terror warning meetings and initiated a computerized terrorist database for use by the intelligence community. In honor of his distinguished service, the Association of Former Intelligence Officers has named its San Francisco chapter after Mr. Le Gallo.