A major international thriller.
A superbly plotted novel flowing from Moscow to London and New York, the definitive thriller about the explosion of greed that is the new Russia, the murky forces operating within and behind it, and our involvement with them.
A love story, a thriller, a mystery. It begins with the failure of a CIA agent to prevent the assassination of a Russian double-agent trying to tip him off about the coup to topple Gorbachev in 1991.
It continues with Alina, the daughter of the murdered man, running a business in Moscow and coming up against two men investigating a big theft from an insurance company. The two men are themselves unaware of their connection – one was the assassin, one the CIA man – and so the scene is set for a game of plot and counter plot involving love, revenge and millions of dollars culminating in the tiny town of Moscow, Idaho, USA.
Moscow USA has all of Stevens’s trademark elements – double-shock suspense, a great sense of humanity, topicality, inside knowledge and intelligence.
HarperCollins intend to make him one of the very biggest players in the thriller game.
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Praise for Kara’s Game:
“Stevens has written a cracking thriller with all the pace and tension and authenticity of The Day of the Jackal, but he has also written a book which confronts the reader with the appaling moral dilemmas that still pervade the processes of prosecuting for peace in the
IN RUSSIA TODAY EVERYTHING IS NEW, YET EVERYTHING IS TIED TO THE PAST.
Nikolai Sherenko, ex-KGB, and Jack Kincaid, ex-CIA, are working together now for one of the world’s new-style security companies in Moscow.
What neither of them knows is that their covert past connects them to each other – and to a conspiracy that others will do anything to keep secret.
When Sherenko meets Anna Buskova, he unwittingly puts in place the final piece of an infernal jigsaw, setting in motion an unstoppable wave of violence and betrayal. Very soon, the hunters have become the hunted…and hiding is not an option.
Brimming with the passionate intensity that is a trademark quality of Gordon Stevens’ best-selling thrillers, 'Moscow USA' is both a love story and a suspense novel of truly memorable power.
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