Three Stations: An Arkady Renko Novel (Arkady Renko Novels)
Publish date: 2010-08-17
Publisher: Simon & Schuster
Pages no: 256
Edition language: English
, Adult Fiction
, Mystery Thriller
bookshelves: slavic, summer-2011, spies, mystery-thriller, radio-4, published-2009, serial-killer Read from June 16 to 26, 2011 Written by Martin Cruz Smith. Abridged by Jane Marshall.The latest thriller by the author of Gorky Park is set in Putin's Moscow where three stations meet.blurb - As a ...
This is the 7th book to feature Arkady Renko and he continues to be one of my favorite fictional detectives. He’s growing older gracefully and still has his sarcastic wit. He’s also acquired a vodka drenched but knowledgeable sidekick who is a welcome addition.The story begins with the kidnapping of...
As I haven't read any of the previous Arkady Renko novels, I am not able to rate this is comparison to the others. So, for me, it was interesting, fast-paced, and well-written. Shows the underbelly of current day Moscow. Cool in a depressing kind of way.
Written by Martin Cruz Smith. Abridged by Jane Marshall.The latest thriller by the author of Gorky Park is set in Putin's Moscow where three stations meet.blurb - As a train pulls into Yaroslavl Station, a teenage girl wakes to find her baby has been taken. Meanwhile Arkady's vodka loving friend, de...
I love all of the other Arkady Renko books. They are all great reads, challenge your mind, and the characters are all excellently crafted. The stories are engaging.I *hated* this one. This book was nothing like the other Arkady Renko books. Arkady didn't even feel like Arkady. I don't like read...