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Not his best (see Leaving Berlin for that!) but certainly not his worst (The Prodigal Spy). Mr Kanon has been compared to Graham Greene and John Le Carre, but he's not quite at... Read morePublished 6 days ago by Warbird
This should have been an Alfred Hitchcock novel. Very well written but I did not enjoy the ending.Published 8 days ago by Cynthia B. Merkey
The first book I have read by Joseph Kanon and it won't be the last.
I really enjoyed this fast paced thriller set in post war Venice. Read more
I lost interest about 1/4 of the way through. And normally I like spy fiction.Published 11 days ago by Katherine C. Kirk
The whole novel, storyline, characters, mystery.........all I can say is it is tremendous, can't put it down, read. Read morePublished 17 days ago by EYESMILE
It was hard to imagine the dark streets. I kept reading it to get to the end and did not enjoy the ending hard to imagine the living quartersPublished 18 days ago by jo steele