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The Blind Run


The Blind Run

by Brian Freemantle

  • ISBN 9781453226414
  • English
  • 331 Pages
  • 90141 Words

The Blind Run

by Brian Freemantle

British operative Charlie Muffin infiltrates a Russian spy ring in a Cold War thriller that’s “good dirty fun” (The New York Times Book Review). Edgar Award Finalist After a trumped-up trial, Charlie Muffin lands in jail for treason—ready to learn the secrets of his fellow inmate, a convicted British traitor. Nobody expected KGB agents to stage a prison break to free their man. Charlie faces another choice: go to Moscow to complete his assignment or face 40 long years in prison. It doesn’t take him long to decide. Charlie doesn’t have the full picture, of course, which is the way of espionage. But Charlie doesn’t regret his Iron Curtain escape, as it leads him to Natalia Fedova, the KGB interrogator assigned to determine if his defection is genuine or staged. For anyone else, the risk would be suicidal. But for Charlie, the greatest danger may be falling in love. This ebook features an illustrated biography of Brian Freemantle including rare photos from the author’s personal collection.

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