Gorky Park with an American protagonist and a nifty art-history element. *Third in the Colin Burke series *Enormously authoritative espionage; author was Newsweek's Moscow Bureau Chief for 15 years. *Critics have called the series better than Gorky Park. *A terrific combination of classic espionage and classic private-eye novel; additionally, the art-history angle will appeal to yet another audience (particularly women). *An intricately plotted thriller ... the stuff that keeps readers up well past bedtime - Los Angeles Times *More than an effective page-turner, this is good enough that one wishes to call it a fine novel - Kirkus *An excellent thriller, with clever twists and masterful styling - Publishers Weekly *Richly detailed and relentlessly suspenseful - West Coast Review of Books *...series hallmarks such as a strong sense of place and fast pacing make this a priority purchase for fiction collections. - Library Journal
Espionage & spy thriller
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