Walking Back The Cat by Robert Littell

Walking Back The Cat

byRobert Littell

Paperback | April 29, 2008

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Now back in print?a mesmerizing espionage thriller from the bestselling author of The Company

Robert Littell has made a name for himself as one of the foremost authors of literary spy thrillers. Here, Littell abandons his usual East European milieu to focus on New Mexico, where a Sovietera KGB agent, code-named Parsifal, has been living under deep cover. Reactivated by a new controller for some particularly brutal ?wetwork??murder?Parsifal?s suspicions are aroused. Fearing a double- cross, he begins, in espionage lingo, ?walking back the cat??retracing the operation to find the source of the deception. His manhunt leads him to an Apache-run casino where he crosses paths with CIA operatives, Apaches, and Finn, a disillusioned Gulf War vet with his own investigation to pursue.

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Robert Littell was born, raised, and educated in New York. A former Newsweek editor specializing in Soviet affairs, he left journalism in 1970 to write fiction full time. Connoisseurs of the spy novel have elevated Robert Littell to the genre's highest ranks, and Tom Clancy wrote that “if Robert Littell didn’t invent the spy novel, h...
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Title:Walking Back The CatFormat:PaperbackDimensions:240 pages, 8.39 × 5.51 × 0.62 inPublished:April 29, 2008Publisher:Penguin Publishing GroupLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:0143113577

ISBN - 13:9780143113577

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? Good local color and lots of solid characterization here . . . Littell pulls it all together with cool elegance and restraint.?
?Chicago Tribune