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Jone’s use of a dying elderly man as the narrator, works. The story flows well. I found it relevant to our times.
If you like historical fiction or realistic spy stories, Andropov’s Cuckoo is a must read.
Author Owen Jones writes in a style that drew me in immediately. This book is based on a true story, which makes it even more interesting.
If you’re a fan of spy thrillers and love to revisit the time of Brezhnev’s term in Russia, you will love this book.
I defy you to pick up this book and be able to put it down. This story is based on a true story told to the author by a protagonist in the story (the author tells you all about this after the book ends)and what happens to Youriko, which is not her real name, but one she chose, will stagger your imagination. It all starts in the USSR--when the KGB was feared and rightfully so.
One thing is for certain, Youriko was not a cuckoo--far from it!!
Recommended for those you enjoy less-fanciful spy thrillers of the Le Carré variety.