By the author of "Firefox", "Winter Hawk" and "All the Grey Cats", this story revolves around a CIA plot to destroy glasnost by assassinating the driving force behind Russian liberalization. Patrick Hyde discovers the plot by chance, and must flee from the CIA who wish to silence him.
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IN THE AFTERMATH OF THE COLD WAR, THE WORLD IS A LESS DANGEROUS PLACE … EXCEPT FOR PATRICK HYDE.
When he witnesses the shooting down of a Soviet airliner near the Afghan border, he has only one option – to reach London and Kenneth Aubrey. His enemies, American and Russian, have no alternative but to silence him…
To stay alive means killing and running – from Afghanistan to Delhi to California, Hyde pursues the truth as his enemies pursue him.
Can Aubrey save Patrick Hyde – can he even save himself?
The era of glasnost and perestroika is the most dangerous time for the last raven…
In 'The Last Raven', Craig Thomas reaches new heights of tension, suspense and action, to prove himself once again the master of the modern adventure story.
“With vivid backgrounds and lively characters, Thomas keeps the reader really hooked”
Craig Thomas is married and lives with his wife and two tortoiseshell cats in Staffordshire. His interests include cricket, gardening and music, especially classical music and jazz. He is also interested in philosophy and political theory (his collection of essays, ‘There to Here’, is published by Fontana Press).
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