Poland, Precious Relics and the Price of Freedom in “The Warsaw Protocol”
In The Warsaw Protocol (Minotaur Books), 15th in the Cotton Malone series, author Steve Berry uses the backdrop of Poland’s battle against Communism and the legacy of Christian relics to create a story of bribery, blackmail and the fight for justice.
The story begins when former U.S. operative, Cotton Malone, stumbles into a scheme to blackmail Janusz Czajkowski, the President of Poland. Global information peddler, Jonty Olivier, has purchased proof of espionage that he will auction to the highest bidder — whichever country has the most to gain by wrapping Czajkowski in a political chokehold.
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