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And it is here where Alan Furst, author of so many excellent WW2 novels, has based his new "spy thriller".
Perhaps there's ultimately just too much going on, too much plot, too many peripheral characters; not to mention a romance that's a complete dud.
Authenticity is great- historical facts and geography are very good and well incorporated in to the story.
Character development very good. You really get to know the principals. As always, Furst has a knack for mixing spies, intrigue and history.Published 2 days ago by Jeremy Sztabnik
In depth and does a very good job detailing characters so you really get to know them.Published 22 days ago by wayne brown
This may be the most enjoyable Furst novel I have read. At least near the top. Very strong character development.Published 24 days ago by Ron Maness
If you like history, you'll love this book. Mr Furst was accurate all the way. Very well done!!!Published 1 month ago by JD
There are so many really good authors of fiction on or related to WW-II. Furst is among the very very best. Read morePublished 1 month ago by O. L. Codger
My first Alan Furst book. Highly recommended by a friend who has read all of his books.
I like WWII stories and this one takes place in Greece (Salonika). Read more