Snow Falcon (2020)

Snow Falcon Craig Thomas Snow Falcon The Threat Infra red photographs and strange clues concerning Finland station Group and someone named Kutuzov all point toward a shocking conspiracy of worldwide proportions The KGB CIA and K
  • Title: Snow Falcon
  • Author: Craig Thomas
  • ISBN: 9780006476559
  • Page: 489
  • Format: Paperback
Snow Falcon Craig Thomas The Threat Infra red photographs and strange clues concerning Finland station, Group 1917, and someone named Kutuzov all point toward a shocking conspiracy of worldwide proportions The KGB, CIA, and Kenneth Aubrey s British Secret Service incredibly unite in a desperate mission.
Snow Falcon Craig Thomas

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  1. Henri Moreaux

    A classic 80s espionage thriller A small sect of the Red Army is planning a coup d tat and a simultaneous invasion of Scandinavia The KGB and SIS CIA are both working to stop it, plot ensues Unfortunately, it takes 150 or so pages of the 440 for the story to get moving The middle is a nail biting page turner then it just, well, fizzles out Rumbles along for a bit then ends The character of Alexei Vorontsyev seemed unresolved at the end It was alright but the cover boasted of an Electrifying Inte [...]

  2. Marianne

    Took this book on vacation to the Canadian Rockies Not the best choice on my part this book took a lot of concentration and perseverance to stick with it Took me a while to get into it Different style of writing for me also Half the time I didn t know the various people in the story A lot of people Thomas certainly deeply developed his characters by getting into the psyches Let the reader know what they were thinking.Very interesting premise for a plot.

  3. Barbara

    Interesting conspiracy theory about USSR invading Scandinavia but took way too long to get to the action Pages and pages of of moody brooding in the snow interrupted by the occasional death defying shootout Could have easily cut a third of the pages with no loss.

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