City of Exiles

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Signet Book, 2012 - Fiction - 407 pages
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In the lightning-paced sequel to The Icon Thief, Europe’s turbulent past and terrifying future are set to collide in the streets and prisons of London—and beyond.

Rachel Wolfe, a gifted FBI agent assigned to a major investigation overseas, discovers that a notorious gun runner has been murdered at his home in London, his body set on fire. When a second victim is found under identical circumstances, the ensuing chase plunges Wolfe and her colleagues into a breathless race across Europe, a secret war between two ruthless intelligence factions, and a hunt for a remorseless killer with a deadly appointment in Helsinki.

At the heart of the mystery lies one of the strangest unsolved incidents in the history of Russia—the unexplained death of nine mountaineers in the Dyatlov Pass five decades before. And at the center of it all stands a figure from Wolfe’s own past, the Russian thief and former assassin known in another life as the Scythian…

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Review: City of Exiles (Icon Thief #2)

User Review  - A. - Goodreads

Agent Rachel Wolfe and her partner Alan Powell go to investigate the murder of gun runner. The murder is unusual because the chemical potassium permanganate is used to douse the victim and set him on ... Read full review

Review: City of Exiles (Icon Thief #2)

User Review  - Batesharbuck - Goodreads

Okay, book 2. No wonder I couldn't figure out what was going on. I think the writer got a little too clever with the twists and turns of the intrigue, and left too many loose threads in the narrative. I may or may not look for book 1. Read full review

About the author (2012)

Alec Nevala-Lee was born in Castro Valley, California. He graduated from Harvard College with a bachelor's degree in Classics, and worked for several years as an associate at a global investment firm based in New York. He lives with his wife in Oak Park, Illinois.

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