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Great writing, great characters, great plot, great atmosphere, great ending!
There is the continuing problem that the book leaves you hanging in mid story at the end, ending abruptly with no warning in the narrative.
This is Alan Furst's tenth espionage novel and "Spies of Warsaw" is one his better books.
One of Furst's best. Outstanding character development, with a plot that makes you not want to put the book down. Read morePublished 3 days ago by Ron Maness
It is quite a long time since I last read an Alan Furst novel, so it was with real pleasure that I embarked upon "The Spies of Warsaw". Read morePublished 8 days ago by keetmom
Not a regular mystery reader, but this has so much historical detail and such great character studies that I really recommend it.Published 25 days ago by Michael
Very good story plot, though long in parts. Enjoyed the description of the staging prior to the invasion of Poland.Published 29 days ago by Richard Kostrzewski
I began the book because of a radio interview with the author, it is part of a series. The book can be read alone, which I did and found it very enjoyable. Read morePublished 1 month ago by MBA
I think we should all adjourn to the Brasserie Henninger and order champagne and the charcroute at the infamous table fourteen!Published 1 month ago by Walt McCallum
Furst names buildings, streets, businesses, in Warsaw as if he had recently traveled there. Warsaw was destroyed to rubble in 1944. He is an amazing researcher. Very good reading.Published 1 month ago by Regina A. McIntyre