Trans-Siberian Express

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Stonehouse Press, Apr 1, 2001 - Fiction - 412 pages
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The six-thousand-mile route of the world's longest, most exotic railway, the legendary Trans-Siberian Express, is the setting for this enthralling tale with a diverse cast of unforgettable characters. During the bad old days of the Soviet Union, famous American cancer specialist Dr. Alex Cousins is sent by the President of the United States to Russia to prolong the life of the Secretary General of the Politburo. While in Russia, Cousins learns that the Soviets plan to attack China. Suspecting that he knows their secret, the Soviets send him home via the Trans-Siberian Express, which, they hope, will keep him silent until it is too late to stop the attack. On the train, he meets a beautiful KGB Agent who has been ordered to keep him under surveillance until the trip is over. The inevitable occurs as Cousins and the gorgeous Soviet agent transcend political implications and fall desperately in love. This powerful love story will keep the reader transfixed and absorbed as the Trans-Siberian Express speeds its way across the vastness of Siberia.

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Review: Trans-Siberian Express

User Review  - JJ Parsons - Goodreads

Reminiscent of a classical Agatha Christie novel, Mr. Adler's Trans-Siberian Express takes the reader on an adventure-filled journey across Russia on creaky Soviet-era trains. There is romance amidst ... Read full review

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User Review  - Schnigelfritzbooks - Goodreads

The story takes place some time before the fall of the Soviet Union. Viktor Moiseyevich Dimitrov, General Secretary of the Communist Party of the Soviet Union has been diagnosed with leukemia. An ... Read full review

About the author (2001)

Warren Adler is best known for The War of the Roses, his masterpiece fictionalization of a macabre divorce turned into the Golden Globe and BAFTA nominated dark comedy hit starring Michael Douglas, Kathleen Turner and Danny DeVito. In addition to the success of the stage adaptation of his iconic novel on the perils of divorce, Adler has optioned and sold film rights to more than a dozen of his novels and short stories to Hollywood and major television networks. Random Hearts (starring Harrison Ford and Kristen Scott Thomas), The Sunset Gang (starring Jerry Stiller, Uta Hagen, Harold Gould and Doris Roberts), Private Lies, Funny Boys, Madeline's Miracles, Trans-Siberian Express and his Fiona Fitzgerald mystery series are only a few titles that have forever left Adler's mark on contemporary American authorship from page to stage to screen. Learn more about Warren Adler at www.warrenadler.com. 

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