Moscow Sting

by Alex Dryden

Action / Adventure / Spy / Espionage eBooks of the Month Thriller and Suspense

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You have to believe the detail, if not the plot is authentic here for the author, using a pseudonym, worked in intelligence specialising in Russian matters.  This, and his previous, Red and Black, deal with the threat of Russia becoming a hostile superpower and they are ace.  Tightly written with spades of action, an interesting woman our protagonist and fascinating sub-plots, it is what a good spy story should be – clever, engaging and chilling.  Highly recommended.


Comparison: Henry Porter, Robert Ludlum, Joseph Finder.

Sarah Broadhurst

Moscow Sting Synopsis

The threat of Russia as a hostile superpower returns in this chilling spy thriller. When British spy, Finn, is brutally murdered by a Russian assassin, Adrian, chief of MI6, wants vengeance. He also wants answers -- answers that can only be revealed by Finn's widow, Anna, the former KGB colonel who betrayed her country for love and has now disappeared with their child. Adrian isn't the only one desperate to find Anna. Finn accessed intelligence so confidential that the KGB are willing to kill to protect it, and now everyone wants to know what Russia is concealing beneath its veil of political cordiality.

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ISBN: 9780755345045
Publication date: 10/06/2010
Publisher: Headline Book Publishing an imprint of Headline Publishing Group
Format: Paperback

Book Information

ISBN: 9780755345045
Publication date: 10th June 2010
Author: Alex Dryden
Publisher: Headline Book Publishing an imprint of Headline Publishing Group
Format: Paperback
Pagination: 512 pages
Genres: Action Adventure / Spy, eBook Favourites, Thriller / Suspense,
Categories: Thriller / suspense,

About Alex Dryden

Alex Dryden is a pseudonym. He worked for many years in intelligence specialising in Russian matters and is now a writer and journalist. When the Berlin Wall came down in 1989, Dryden watched the statues of Lenin fall across the former Soviet Union. Since then he has charted the false dawn of democracy in Russia as the country morphed into the world's most powerful secret state.

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