With His Legendary Suspense And Clear Ringing Authenticity, Clive Egleton Delivers An Unputdownable Thriller Featuring British Agent Peter Ashton, Who Made His Winning Debut In Hostile Intent The Cold War Is Over, Businessmen And Women From The West Throng Moscow, And Even The KGB, Which Once Knew All There Was To Know About Life In Russia, Has Lost Control Of The Criminals Who Now Prey On Them Ashton Goes To Moscow To Uncover A New Kind Of Mole, One Who Steals Commercial Secrets And He Finds Her Only To Realize That Unless He Puts Himself At Extreme Risk, She Will Die Breaking All The Rules, He Sets Out To Rescue Her And Her Family And Take Them To Safety In England What He Does Not Know Is How Important Elena Andrianova S Death Is To The Renegades Who Were Using Her Breathtaking Amounts Of Money Are At Stake, And At The Center Of The Conspiracy Is A Ruthless Killer, His Talent For The Profession Honed By The Once Powerful KGB He Is Determined To Kill Elena, And Then He Will Deal With Peter Ashton Fast Moving, Intricate, And Utterly Compelling, A Killing In Moscow Proves Clive Egleton To Be The Master Of The Action Thriller. This book was first published in 1994 and digitally published as of September 2016 by Endeavour Press I received a copy via NetGalley for an honest unbiased review.This top notch spy thriller is fast paced, intricately plotted, action packed, witty, intelligent featuring British agent Peter Ashton in his second outing The story set in post cold war Russia, has Peter poking is nose into a puzzling and brutal triple murder in Moscow, one of which is a British subject As the plot unfolds, Mr Egleton keeps the pot boiling, the puzzle moving and spins an entertaining story and peppers it with enough action to keep the pages turning The prose is fluid, the dialogue clear and simple and the players act their role to a tee emotional father, frightened young woman, a corrupt KGB killer, gauche love interest, etc The author writes so authoritatively about the inner works of the British Intelligence
In A Killing in Moscow, Clive Egleton gets under the skin of the seedy underbelly of the spying game in Moscow.Great read and very highly recommended.On another note I hadn t realised Clive wrote the novel of one of my favourite films Escape to Athena.I was given a digital copy of t
excellent story this is my first Egelston, and after this I am already preparing to read everything he has written If you like LeCarre, you will really enjoy Egelston.
- A Killing in Moscow
- Clive Egleton
- 04 April 2017 Clive Egleton