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The Argentine Triangle by Allan TopolFormer CIA director Craig Page is enjoying a new, exhilarating life racing cars across Europe. But when new dangers threaten America and an old friend goes missing in Argentina, will Craig be ready to step up to the plate?

Undercover in the glamorous world of Buenos Aires’ wealthy elite, Page finds himself on the brink of a terrible discovery. A world of brutality hidden in the classified secrets of Argentina’s Dirty War comes to light painting an image of the cataclysmic future awaiting South America.

“Allan Topol is back with another captivating and fascinating Craig Page thriller. Politics, history, international settings, great characters—The Argentine Triangle has it all. Be forewarned, this one will keep you turning pages late into the night.”—M.J. Rose, International best-selling author of the Book of Lost Fragrances, What to do Before Your Book Launch, and Seduction. Founder

“The Argentine Triangle has everything I love in an espionage novel: a compelling, resourceful hero, an exotic locale, worthy villains, and a meticulously researched plot. Highly recommended.”—Mark Sullivan, NYT bestselling author of “Outlaw”

THE ARGENTINE TRIANGLE is available from Amazon and Barnes & Noble.


“The Argentine Triangle is a dynamic blend of old-school nail-biter and modern thriller. Devious, lightning quick and thorough entertaining.” –Jonathan Maberry, New York Times best-selling author of Code Zero and Extinction Machine

“I read Allan Topol’s The Argentine Triangle while riding the overnight train from Venice to Paris. It couldn’t have been a more appropriate setting for reading an international thriller that takes its cue from the likes of the late great Tom Clancy.”—Vincent Zandri, best-selling author of The Remains and The Innocent


Allan Topol is the national bestselling author of ten novels of international intrigue, including Spy Dance. His novels have been translated into Chinese, Japanese, Portuguese, and Hebrew. He is a graduate of Carnegie Institute of Technology, who majored in chemistry, abandoned science, and obtained a law degree from Yale University. A partner in a major Washington law firm, and an avid wine collector, he has traveled extensively, researching dramatic locations for his novels.