by Joseph Kanon
Editor: Simon & Schuster Ltd
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Should never tell the exploding secrets THRILLER of THE Best-seller author’s THRILLER to leave BERLIN part nineMoscow, 1961: With the launch of Sputnik, the international prestige of the Soviet Union is at its zenith.And the most famous refugee to the Soviet Union, former CIA agent Frank Weeks, is about to publish his memoirsWhat he reveals will send shockwaves across the WestDefection weeks in the 1950s, shook Washington at its core – and forced the resignation of his brother, Simon, from the State Department.Simon, now a publisher in New York, is given the opportunity to read and publish his brother’s memoirs.He knows that the U. S. government will never approve the publication of what is clearly like KGB propaganda.Yet the offer is irresistible: it will finally give him the chance to learn why his brother chose to betray his country.But what he discovers in Moscow is much more shocking than he ever imagined.One of the most exciting books I’ve read in the years “Alexander McCall Smith on leaving Berlin” Spectacles in all senses “Lee Child on Stardust” Tended and atmospheric, with a grim plot “Wall Street Journal on the Istanbul Passage
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