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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.
Maybe because I am living in Warsaw at the moment I found this book really gripping. (I enjoyed the fact you could identify places mentioned in the narrative). Read morePublished 20 days ago by Jane
One of Alan Furst's best in the series. The characters are either delightful, or deserving of the reader's hatred, accomplishing both for a successful spy thriller. Read morePublished 26 days ago by David
I really wanted to enjoy reading this book by Alan Furst. I watched the BBC America production and was entertained by the portrayal of Col. Mercier by David Tennant. Read morePublished 1 month ago by studebhawk
Alan Furst writes a very entertaining spy novel. It moves rapidly in the pre-World War II world of uncertainty, fear and anxiety that was a part of the fabric of nations like... Read morePublished 2 months ago by Jon W. Schonblom
I've been reading Alan Furst's historical spy novels for some time now. He's very reminiscent of Philip Kerr, with the exception that Furst's novels aren't a series; each one... Read morePublished 2 months ago by David W. Nicholas
First book by Alan Furst that I've read but I enjoyed it. I like reading about this period of history--so little is known of it in this country.Published 2 months ago by Connie P. Utt
My first Furst!. A terrific read. He is an excellent writer. Good historical work. Learned a lot about a more obscure front in WW II. Wonderful character development.Published 2 months ago by Andrew P. Grose