Tom Rob Smith
Publish date: February 18th 2013
Pages no: 544
Edition language: Deutsch
Series: Leo Demidov (#3)
Tom Rob Smith ist vermutlich der Begründer meiner Vorliebe für politische Thriller. Sein Debüt „Kind 44“ trat in mein Leben, als ich längst genug hatte von ewig gleichen Psychothrillern. Die Geschichte des Agenten Leo Demidow, der versucht, in einem System Serienmorde aufzuklären, in dem es offiziel...
bookshelves: spring-2015, ipad, bedside, e-book, tbr-busting-2015, published-2011 Read from April 22 to May 04, 2015 Description: It is 1965. Leo Demidov, a former secret police agent, is forbidden to travel with his wife and daughters from Moscow to New York. They are part of a "Peace Tour," m...
Leo Demidov has once again changed careers and is no longer a member of Russia’s secret police but because of his former career is he is still very much on the government radar. When his wife Raisa and his daughters, Elena and Zoya, are invited to take part in a “Peace Tour” to New York City Leo is...
Although this book didn’t disappoint me, I found it the least captivating of the three he’s written so far. It takes quite a while for the story to kick in, and even longer before we find out what the title refers to. Leo is still likeable as ever, but he spends too much time traipsing all over the ...
I have now completed reading all three of Tom Robb Smith's book. Child 44 was outstanding. The Secret speech dropped a notch with the poor relationship with his two adopted daughters. Agent 6 has several items which bothered me. The title is a poor choice as it relates to a minor character. Gran...