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A Patriot in Berlin By Piers Paul Read

A Patriot in Berlin by Piers Paul Read

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This is a novel about love, faith and patriotism, told from three different viewpoints: Andrei Orlov is the rogue KGB officer, art thief and murderer; Francesca McDermott is the art expert and Andrei's lover; and Gerasimov is the KBG officer given the job of tracking Orlov down.

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A Patriot in Berlin by Piers Paul Read

A Patriot In Berlin is the dramatic story of Berlin after the fall of the Wall, and Moscow after Gorbachev - of love, faith and patriotism in conflict. Berlin, August 1991. An emigre Russian couple are found murdered. American art historian Francesca McDermott is recruited to organise a major retrospective of 20th century Russian painting. In Moscow, the search begins for a rogue former KGB agent, Andrei Orlov, who has disappeared without trace. Three seemingly unconnected events...Working alongside Francesca is a Russian expert on the art that Communism dismissed as decadent . Serotkin is combative, attractive, mysterious; he is also secretive, and his secrets hold lives to ransom.

About Piers Paul Read

Piers Paul Read is a well-known journalist and the author of several acclaimed and bestselling works of fiction and non-fiction, including the phenomenal bestseller Alive!. He is married to Emily Read and they have four children. He is a regular contributor to the Daily Mail, the Mail on Sunday, the Evening Standard, The Times and the Spectator

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A Patriot in Berlin by Piers Paul Read
Used - Very Good
Orion Publishing Co
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