Publish date: June 1st 2007
Publisher: Pan Publishing
Pages no: 447
Edition language: English
, Spy Thriller
, Mystery Thriller
Series: Arkady Renko (#2)
After Arkady Renko’s last case (Gorky Park) ended in a Phyrric victory, he was interned in a Soviet hospital and diagnosed with “sluggish schizophrenia.” (The theory behind this diagnosis was that anyone who acted against the state was clearly insane.) Martin Cruz Smith’s novel Polar Star begins a f...
bookshelves: fraudio, winter20092010, slavic, published-1989, mystery-thriller, seven-seas, polar, spies, revenge Read from January 15 to 19, 2010 mp3 download unabridged read by Frank Muller Luckily - there is a summing up of the ending of Gorky Park first.A hardboiled cold and fishy tale of a...
I’m not sure why I delayed getting to this title since I enjoyed Gorky Park so much, to which this book is a sequel of sorts. Of sorts, because it follows directly on the heels of Gorky, but the author in a few brief paragraphs lays out precisely why Arkady, formerly head investigator for the prose...
mp3 download unabridged read by Frank MullerLuckily - there is a summing up of the ending of Gorky Park first.A hardboiled cold and fishy tale of a murdered girl on a factory ship. On display here is how backs-to-the-wall humans respond when they live under a uncaring and oppressive regime. From Rec...
Audio read by Frank Muller. Arkady Renko is working on the slime line on a fishing boat when one of the crew is found dead.