Moscow at Midnight
Moscow at Midnight
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"A worthy successor to John Le Carré"--Buchbord. Max Rushmore is re-hired by the CIA to return to Moscow and investigate the death of a beautiful nuclear waste disposal expert. But Max, who can drink even the Russians under the table, soon uncovers all sorts of inconsistencies: could it even be that she is not dead at all? So begins a game… (more)

"A worthy successor to John Le Carré"--Buchbord. Max Rushmore is re-hired by the CIA to return to Moscow and investigate the death of a beautiful nuclear waste disposal expert. But Max, who can drink even the Russians under the table, soon uncovers all sorts of inconsistencies: could it even be that she is not dead at all? So begins a game of cat-and-mouse that takes Max across Russia, from St Petersburg to Novosibirsk, as he follows his only clue: a rare Siberian diamond. With all the breathless tension of classic espionage novels, Moscow at Midnight is both humorous and utterly enthralling - in every sense, a fast-paced pageturner of the old school.

 

Publisher: Contraband (September 14, 2017)

Page count: 256 pages

Protection: DRM

Language: English

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