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To Free A Spy: Deception and Revenge in Washington, Tokyo and Moscow

by Nick B. Ganaway

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This is a very thrilling fast-paced story. It kept me breathless from the first until the very last page. It's brilliantly written. Nick Ganaway is introducing the reader from the beginning to all leads of the full story, but as a reader you are only able to connect all those hints and links during the reading. I always kept those hints in my mind and sometimes I asked myself where will be this or that link connected to. But I never felt disappointed that I had to wait until all jigsaw puzzle parts became a whole. All the characters are described so vividly that I've got the feeling to be straightly into the plot as a observer. ( )
  Ameise1 | Sep 14, 2013 |
I am an afficianado of espionage thrillers. If you have been to Los Angeles, riden in a Boeing 747 and like fast paced action try this Ganaway novel.
  gwasher | Aug 25, 2013 |
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