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In Moscow Station Ronald Kessler goes behind the scenes to show how the entire U.S. Embassy, including the CIA station, was literally riddled with KGB bugging devices. Revealing the inner workings of the two most powerful intelligence armies in the world, Kessler chronicles KGB seduction and sexual entrapment, incompetence and CIA arrogance. HC: Scribner.

In Moscow Station Ronald Kessler goes behind the scenes to show how the entire U.S. Embassy, including the CIA station, was literally riddled with KGB bugging devices. Revealing the inner workings of the two most powerful intelligence armies in the world, Kessler chronicles KGB seduction and sexual entrapment, incompetence and CIA arrogance. HC: Scribner.

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The Fall of Moscow Station: A Novel (a Jonathan Burke/Kyra Stryker Thriller)

“A high-tension page-turner...ready to run with the likes of Reacher or Bourne.” (Kirkus Reviews)When a body with Russian military tattoos is found floating in a lake outside Berlin, the CIA immediately takes notice. The body is identified as the director of Russia’s Foundation for Advanced Nuclear Research, who is also a CIA asset. And the murder coincides with the defection of one of the CIA’s upper-level officers. Alden Maines is jaded after years in the CIA cleaning up the messes of incompetent political appointees in dangerous foreign posts. When he is passed over for promotion, Maines crosses the Rubicon and decides to cash in as a double agent for Russia. But while Maines dreams of off-shore bank accounts and a new secret life, Arkady Lavrov of Russia’s intelligence servic...

“A high-tension page-turner...ready to run with the likes of Reacher or Bourne.” (Kirkus Reviews)When a body with Russian military tattoos is found floating in a lake outside Berlin, the CIA immediately takes notice. The body is identified as the director of Russia’s Foundation for Advanced Nuclear Research, who is also a CIA asset. And the murder coincides with the defection of one of the CIA’s upper-level officers. Alden Maines is jaded after years in the CIA cleaning up the messes of incompetent political appointees in dangerous foreign posts. When he is passed over for promotion, Maines crosses the Rubicon and decides to cash in as a double agent for Russia. But while Maines dreams of off-shore bank accounts and a new secret life, Arkady Lavrov of Russia’s intelligence servic...

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Moscow Stations

Venichka Erofeev (Venya), cultured alcoholic, self-mocking intellectual, regales us with an account of his ‘heroic’ odyssey from Moscow to provincial Petushki. Stories of his rich, turbulent inner life abound as he staggers through Brezhnev’s Moscow and encounters dangerous, eccentric and often hilarious strangers on a train. His journey ends when fate cruelly intervenes – curtailing the vivid panorama of Russian life that we have seen through Venya’s eyes.Stephen Mulrine’s adaptation for one actor of Erofeev’s cult novel has been highly acclaimed on BBC Radio 3, at the Edinburgh Festival, London’s West End, and New York in Tom Courtenay’s ‘blissfully funny’ performance.

Venichka Erofeev (Venya), cultured alcoholic, self-mocking intellectual, regales us with an account of his ‘heroic’ odyssey from Moscow to provincial Petushki. Stories of his rich, turbulent inner life abound as he staggers through Brezhnev’s Moscow and encounters dangerous, eccentric and often hilarious strangers on a train. His journey ends when fate cruelly intervenes – curtailing the vivid panorama of Russian life that we have seen through Venya’s eyes.Stephen Mulrine’s adaptation for one actor of Erofeev’s cult novel has been highly acclaimed on BBC Radio 3, at the Edinburgh Festival, London’s West End, and New York in Tom Courtenay’s ‘blissfully funny’ performance.

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Moscow Stations

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Moscow Stations

Yerofeev was born inside the Arctic Circle in 1938 and died of throat cancer in 1990. Until a few years before his death, this autobiographical novel - a monument to the Soviet Union in decline - circulated in typescript and rarely moved beyond a few major cities.

Yerofeev was born inside the Arctic Circle in 1938 and died of throat cancer in 1990. Until a few years before his death, this autobiographical novel - a monument to the Soviet Union in decline - circulated in typescript and rarely moved beyond a few major cities.

Moscow Station

Potsdam Station: A John Russell WWII Thriller (A John Russell WWII Spy Thriller)

In April 1945, Hitler’s Reich is on the verge of extinction. Assaulted by Allied bombs and Soviet shells, ruled by Nazis with nothing to lose, Berlin has become the most dangerous place on earth. John Russell’s son Paul is stationed on the Eastern Front with the German Army, awaiting the Soviets’ final onslaught. In Berlin, Russell’s girlfriend Effi has been living in disguise, helping fugitives to escape from Germany. With a Jewish orphan to care for, she’s trying to outlast the Nazis.  Russell hasn’t heard from either of them since fleeing Germany in 1941. He is desperate to find out if they’re alive and to protect them from the advancing Red Army. He flies to Moscow, seeking permission to enter Berlin with the Red Army as a journalist, but when the Soviet’s arrest him ...

In April 1945, Hitler’s Reich is on the verge of extinction. Assaulted by Allied bombs and Soviet shells, ruled by Nazis with nothing to lose, Berlin has become the most dangerous place on earth. John Russell’s son Paul is stationed on the Eastern Front with the German Army, awaiting the Soviets’ final onslaught. In Berlin, Russell’s girlfriend Effi has been living in disguise, helping fugitives to escape from Germany. With a Jewish orphan to care for, she’s trying to outlast the Nazis.  Russell hasn’t heard from either of them since fleeing Germany in 1941. He is desperate to find out if they’re alive and to protect them from the advancing Red Army. He flies to Moscow, seeking permission to enter Berlin with the Red Army as a journalist, but when the Soviet’s arrest him ...

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Masaryk Station (A John Russell WWII Spy Thriller)

Berlin, 1948. Still occupied by the four Allied powers and largely in ruins, the city has become the cockpit of a new Cold War. The legacies of the war have become entangled in the new Soviet-American conflict, creating a world of bizarre and fleeting loyalties—a paradise for spies. As spring unfolds, a Western withdrawal looks increasingly likely. Berlin’s German inhabitants live in fear of the Soviet forces who occupy half the city, and whose legacy of violence has ripped apart many families. John Russell works for both Stalin's NKVD and the newly created CIA, trying his best to cut himself loose from both before his double-agency is discovered by either. As tensions between the great powers escalate, each passing day makes Russell’s position more treacherous. He and his Soviet li...

Berlin, 1948. Still occupied by the four Allied powers and largely in ruins, the city has become the cockpit of a new Cold War. The legacies of the war have become entangled in the new Soviet-American conflict, creating a world of bizarre and fleeting loyalties—a paradise for spies. As spring unfolds, a Western withdrawal looks increasingly likely. Berlin’s German inhabitants live in fear of the Soviet forces who occupy half the city, and whose legacy of violence has ripped apart many families. John Russell works for both Stalin's NKVD and the newly created CIA, trying his best to cut himself loose from both before his double-agency is discovered by either. As tensions between the great powers escalate, each passing day makes Russell’s position more treacherous. He and his Soviet li...

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Moscow Station: Die CIA im Reich des Bösen (German Edition)

In den Jahren des Kalten Kriegs war Moskau für die Agenten der CIA ein gefährliches Pflaster. Der KGB hatte seine Leute nicht nur außerhalb der Botschaft, sondern auch im Inneren des Gebäudes. Diplomaten wurden bei jedem Schritt beschattet. Es gab Mikrofone in der Botschaft, in den Wohnungen und sogar im Schlafzimmer der Amerikaner.Unter diesen Umständen erscheint es wie ein Wunder, dass trotzdem Quellen in Russland angeworben werden konnten. Wurden diese Bürger der Sowjetunion entdeckt, drohte ihnen der Tod durch erschießen. Es fanden sich aber auch unter diesen Umständen mutige Männer und Frauen, die der Diktatur der Kommunisten nichts abgewinnen konnten und bereit waren, über militärische Entwicklungen zu reden.Erst jetzt, lange Zeit nach Ende des Kalten Krieges, können Einz...

In den Jahren des Kalten Kriegs war Moskau für die Agenten der CIA ein gefährliches Pflaster. Der KGB hatte seine Leute nicht nur außerhalb der Botschaft, sondern auch im Inneren des Gebäudes. Diplomaten wurden bei jedem Schritt beschattet. Es gab Mikrofone in der Botschaft, in den Wohnungen und sogar im Schlafzimmer der Amerikaner.Unter diesen Umständen erscheint es wie ein Wunder, dass trotzdem Quellen in Russland angeworben werden konnten. Wurden diese Bürger der Sowjetunion entdeckt, drohte ihnen der Tod durch erschießen. Es fanden sich aber auch unter diesen Umständen mutige Männer und Frauen, die der Diktatur der Kommunisten nichts abgewinnen konnten und bereit waren, über militärische Entwicklungen zu reden.Erst jetzt, lange Zeit nach Ende des Kalten Krieges, können Einz...

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Lehrter Station (John Russell)

Caught between Soviets and Americans, John Russell can't escape his role as an accidental spyBook 5 in the John Russell historical thriller series.It’s 1945, and British journalist John Russell has finally reunited with his German girlfriend, Effi, in London after a dangerous flight from war-torn Berlin. But Russell realizes his new life in England isn’t going to last when he is tracked down by Soviet agent Shchepkin, who helped Russell escape the disastrous last days of the war and the Russian army’s destruction of Berlin. It is time to repay the debt, and Shchepkin’s bosses in Moscow are not the forgiving types. Russell has no choice but to agree to be transferred back to Germany, where he will resume his cover as an investigative journalist and hand over US intelligence reports ...

Caught between Soviets and Americans, John Russell can't escape his role as an accidental spyBook 5 in the John Russell historical thriller series.It’s 1945, and British journalist John Russell has finally reunited with his German girlfriend, Effi, in London after a dangerous flight from war-torn Berlin. But Russell realizes his new life in England isn’t going to last when he is tracked down by Soviet agent Shchepkin, who helped Russell escape the disastrous last days of the war and the Russian army’s destruction of Berlin. It is time to repay the debt, and Shchepkin’s bosses in Moscow are not the forgiving types. Russell has no choice but to agree to be transferred back to Germany, where he will resume his cover as an investigative journalist and hand over US intelligence reports ...

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Moscow Rules (Gabriel Allon)

Over the course of ten previous novels, Daniel Silva has established himself as one of the world’s finest writers of international intrigue and espionage— “a worthy successor to such legends as Frederick Forsyth and John le Carré” (Chicago Sun-Times)—and Gabriel Allon as “one of the most intriguing heroes of any thriller series” (The Philadelphia Inquirer). Now the death of a journalist leads Allon to Russia, where he finds that, in terms of spycraft, even he has something to learn. He’s playing by Moscow rules now. It is not the grim, gray Moscow of Soviet times but a new Moscow, awash in oil wealth and choked with bulletproof Bentleys. A Moscow where power resides once more behind the walls of the Kremlin and where critics of the ruling class are ruthlessly silenced. A...

Over the course of ten previous novels, Daniel Silva has established himself as one of the world’s finest writers of international intrigue and espionage— “a worthy successor to such legends as Frederick Forsyth and John le Carré” (Chicago Sun-Times)—and Gabriel Allon as “one of the most intriguing heroes of any thriller series” (The Philadelphia Inquirer). Now the death of a journalist leads Allon to Russia, where he finds that, in terms of spycraft, even he has something to learn. He’s playing by Moscow rules now. It is not the grim, gray Moscow of Soviet times but a new Moscow, awash in oil wealth and choked with bulletproof Bentleys. A Moscow where power resides once more behind the walls of the Kremlin and where critics of the ruling class are ruthlessly silenced. A...

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