A masterful work from the author of House of Cards. The divided city of Berlin remains an unhappy relic of the Cold War. Inexperienced CIA officer Harry Benjamin moves into Berlin's political battleground and is attracted to Katherine, a beautiful German woman who will take Benjamin to the edge of deceit and disaster.
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