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Jason Bourne has faced many killers in his time but none more dangerous than the assassin that calls himself Lennon. Bourne believes this elusive killer has a new employer called the Pyramid. The only clue to the group's agenda is a young German woman whose identity turns out to be a lie and who now lies dead in a Washington D.C. Park. Finding the truth about this woman may be Bourne's only chance to finally catch Lennon and undercover the conspiracy behind the Pyramid. The trail leads Bourne from Iceland to Washington D.C and to New York. The chase comes with high stakes as Bourne's former lover, Abbey Laurent finds herself in the crosshairs of Lennon and the Pyramid. In this episode Gregory Dobbs chats to Brian Freeman about walking in the footsteps of Robert Ludlum, why Jason Bourne endures as a character after forty years, spinning the web of intrigue into one of the most intense thrillers yet, and why the Jason Bourne books continue to be among the most powerful psychological thrillers of the genre.