Moscow Sting

Moscow Sting

A Novel

Book - 2010
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"Alex Dryden is a writer who can please everyone from fans of old LeCarr#65533; to students of current affairs. Moscow Sting is a thought-provoking and entertaining follow up to the terrific Red to Black."
--James Grippando, New York Times bestselling author of Afraid of the Dark

Booklist places author Alex Dryden in "the top rank of espionage novelists." His riveting Moscow Sting proves that the resounding critical acclaim awarded him for his debut, Red to Black, was no fluke. In this spellbinding sequel, former KGB colonel Anna Resnikov escapes to America where she must outwit CIA "friend" and KGB foe alike to survive. Alex Dryden has brought breathtaking new life to the spy novel in this blistering "ripped from the headlines" thriller that focuses on Russia's chilling reemergence as a hostile superpower.

Publisher: New York : Ecco, c2010.
Edition: 1st ed.
ISBN: 9780061966842
Characteristics: 356 p. ; 24 cm.


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tdk Aug 23, 2012

I love a Russian spy novel, this isn't nearly as intense as what I'm used to and what I prefer.

I was a quarter of the way through it before I figured out that this was book 2. I do wish I had read the first in the series so I could have gotten to know Finn's character.

Codexthespius Jul 15, 2010

A Russian and an American agent vie for the attention of a defected female KGB colonel, herself the key to contact with a highly-placed Russian double agent. Themes of KGB control in Russia and private intelligence companies in USA are interesting. The author actaully manages to make the pace slower, rather than faster towards the end


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