Dead Men Living

Dead Men Living

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Baker & Taylor
When investigating the bodies of two Allied officers that have been frozen in the Siberian snow for fifty years, Charles Muffin, a British agent, finds himself caught up in a vast conspiracy of silence spanning three governments

Blackwell North Amer
Siberia, where the earth is compressed so tightly in the grip of perpetual winter that it becomes bulletproof. Where cycles of bloodshed and violence remain perfectly preserved for centuries, only waiting to be discovered in order to renew their murderous patterns. So when a sudden thaw in the Siberian tundra uncovers the bodies of a British and an American officer from World War II, a host of disturbing questions arise: Who are they? And what were the two Allied officers doing in Siberia, thousands of miles from the front? And most disquieting of all, how did they come to be murdered, execution-style, on what was then Soviet soil?

Baker
& Taylor

When investigating the bodies of two Allied officers that have been frozen in the Siberian snow for fifty years, Charles Muffin, a British agent, finds himself caught up in a vast conspiracy of silence spanning three governments. 15,000 first printing.

Publisher: New York : St. Martin's Press, 2000
Edition: 1st ed
ISBN: 9780312243791
0312243790
Branch Call Number: FICTION FREEMANTLE
Characteristics: 345 p. ; 22 cm

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