Reviewers have praised every one of Hynd's books, and this novel is his most stunning accomplishment to date. Hynd's talent for weaving little-known historical fact with imaginative fiction stands out in this thriller about the most explosive political secret of the 1960s that's about to become the most shocking political revelation of the '90s.
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ZIGZAGUser Review - Jane Doe - Kirkus
Hynd, often criticized for the complexity and murkiness of his thrillers (Flowers From Berlin, The Sandler Inquiry, etc.), here tells a reasonably straightforward tale of political intrigue that ties ... Read full review
Zig ZagUser Review - Not Available - Book Verdict
New York Sun obituary writer Paul Townsend hears a dying man's confession of a Russian counterspy's aborted 1965 defection attempt and a major cover-up of what he describes as the "biggest secret of ... Read full review