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Former CIA agent Jason Monk is drawn out of retirement to confront an old nemesis, Colonel Anatoli Grishin, a brutal ex-KGB officer responsible for the deaths of four of Monk's colleagues, and his employer, Igor Komarov, a charismatic demagogue with a deadly, secret agenda for the new Russia
Publisher: New York : Bantam Books, 1997, c1996
Edition: Bantam pbk. ed
ISBN: 9780553574609
0553574604
Branch Call Number: FICTION FORSYTH
Characteristics: 567 p. ; 18 cm

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Aug 28, 2015

In somewhat the same vein as "The Fourth Protocol", i.e. deeply insightful into the intrigues and competing forces within Russia, in this case after the collapse of the Soviet Union, rather than at the height of the cold war. In terms of its exploration of the effects of gangsterism and systemic corruption, it also harkens back somewhat to "Avenger". It lacks the scope of either of those books but is still an engrossing read for anyone who appreciates Forsythe's style.

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