Declare: A Novel

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Harper Collins, Oct 13, 2009 - Fiction - 624 pages
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As a young double agent infiltrating the Soviet spy network in Nazi-occupied Paris, Andrew Hale finds himself caught up in a secret, even more ruthless war. Two decades later, in 1963, he will be forced to confront again the nightmarethat has haunted his adult life: a lethal unfinished operation code-named Declare. From the corridors of Whitehall to the Arabian desert, from post-war Berlin to the streets of Cold War Moscow, Hale's desperate quest draws him into international politics and gritty espionage tradecraft -- and inexorably drives Hale, the fiery and beautiful Communist agent Elena Teresa Ceniza-Bendiga, and Kim Philby, mysterious traitor to the British cause, to a deadly confrontation on the high glaciers of Mount Ararat, in the very shadow of the fabulous and perilous Ark.

 

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User Review  - dbsovereign - LibraryThing

Not my favorite Powers book, but an interesting story of World War 2 spies. Gets off to rather a slow start, but then takes off in rather a whirlwind of deception and counter deception. Part spy and part horror novel. Read full review

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User Review  - chive - LibraryThing

I thought this book was utter drivel. The parts of the book about spying were unconvincing as a spy novel and the parts that were about the supernatural were unconvincing for that genre. Frankly I'm ... Read full review

Contents

EPIGRAPH
Kuwait 1963
EIGHT
Know Not Think
AinalAbd 1963
ELEVEN
Berlin 1945
Beirut 1963
Beirut 1963Wabar 1948
Desperately he hoped that as many as four of them might be survivors
AFTERWORD
OTHER BOOKS BY TIM POWERS
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Tim Powers is the author of numerous novels including Hide Me Among the Graves, Three Days to Never, Declare, Last Call, and On Stranger Tides, which inspired the feature film Pirates of the Caribbean: On Stranger Tides. He has won the Philip K. Dick Memorial Award twice, and the World Fantasy Award three times. He lives in San Bernardino, California.

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