Offers a view of the dangerous, shabby, Stalinist-era world of Andre Szara, a Polish Jew, "Pravda" correspondent, and occasional NKVD operative who discovers a secret that becomes both an opportunity and a threat for him
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“A rich, deeply moving novel of suspense that is equal parts espionage thriller, European history and love story.”
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“Compelling...An excellent novel of history, betrayal and, most important, survival...While the story offers enough twists and turns to satisfy the most ardent spy fan, author Alan Furst transcends genre. This is a novel with heart.”
—San Francisco Chronicle
“This is a rich book, to be savored...for it is a work of an accomplished writer without obtrusively saying so on every other page. Furst has the instincts of the historian—he likes to get his sequences right, he tells a story straight, and he believes that setting matters—and the gifts of the storyteller.”
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