Revenge Of The Kremlin by Gérard De VilliersRevenge Of The Kremlin by Gérard De Villiers

Revenge Of The Kremlin

byGérard De Villiers

Paperback | April 14, 2015

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The 3rd of Gerard de Villiers's novels published by Vintage Canada finds Malko Linge secretly helping the CIA investigate the suspicious death of Russian oligarch Boris Berezovsky--a death which may have been ordered by Vladimir Putin himself.
     In March 2013, Boris Berezovsky is found dead in his home in Berkshire, apparently the victim of a suicide by hanging. MI5 commences an investigation--until Prime Minister David Cameron orders them to close the case, hoping to avoid endangering British-Russian business relations. Alarmed at the renewal of Russian Cold War tricks, the CIA dispatches Malko Linge to investigate Berezovksy's death and the British cover-up. Betrayals are the order of the day: Berezovsky has betrayed Putin. The Mossad is suspicious of the CIA. And the head of MI5 disobeys the prime minister's orders to stage a secret meeting with the Americans and reveal the truth about what is going on.
GÉRARD DE VILLIERS was the author of the SAS series of spy novels, one of the longest running fiction series ever written by a single author. In a New York Times Magazine article, Robert F. Worth wrote that de Villiers' "mastery of political intrigue has made him France's most widely read author" and labeled him "France's James Bond." ...
Title:Revenge Of The KremlinFormat:PaperbackDimensions:240 pages, 7.99 × 5.19 × 0.74 inPublished:April 14, 2015Publisher:Knopf CanadaLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:0345808231

ISBN - 13:9780345808233

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Praise for The Madmen of Benghazi:"[De Villiers] writes as a hard-headed political realist.... His books tell unvarnished truths that many prefer to ignore." The Wall Street Journal"Blazingly fast.... Entertaining." Publishers Weekly"So good... in that guilty-pleasure, over-the-top Bondian way that it will make American readers impatient to get their hands on the entire series." Booklist (starred review)"[The author's] intimate knowledge of regional geopolitics gives this book a ripped-from-the-headlines feel." Kirkus Reviews