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The sequel to the acclaimed The World at Night -- reluctant spy Jean Casson returns in another haunting and atmospheric thriller set in the shadows of occupied Paris. Alan Furst has been widely praised for his novels set against a background of espionage and resistance in Europe during the 1930s and World War II. Combining the authenticity of historical novels, the intrigue of spy thrillers and the atmosphere of film noir, they draw regular comparisons with the works of Graham Greene, John le Carre and Eric Ambler. In The ...

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BD0407

Jan 18, 2012

FURST IS A FAVORITE FOR SPY-ESPIONAGE CAPERS. ALL ARE NICE AND PROVIDE "LIGHT" READING AFTER A HEAVY SUBJECT. ENJOYABLE. QUICK TO READ.

CommodoreTVP

Apr 12, 2008

All great

I dont know which of Alan Furst's novels set in pre WWII Europe I liked most. One is better than the next. Whether set in Paris or Berlin or Budapest, the period background is perfect, the characters believable and the hero flawed but winning. I hope there will be more.

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