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The Tristan Betrayal- Robert Ludlum

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Title: The Tristan Betrayal

ISBN : 0752859064
Author : Robert Ludlum
Publisher : Orion mass market paperback
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SKU MIX6-U6-109E-NOVU6-2055

 

 
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From Publishers Weekly&newline;&newline;The author's death three years ago has not prevented St. Martin's from publishing recent material under his name. This WWII-era thriller opens in August 1991 as American ambassador Stephen Metcalfe arrives in Moscow, where Communist hard-liners are attempting to wrest control of Russia from the reform government. The fate of the country will be decided by an official known as the Dirizhor-the Conductor-and Metcalfe is the only man who can convince him to resist the forces of Stalinist darkness. Flash back to 1940, just after the Nazis have signed a nonaggression pact with the Russians. Young playboy/espionage agent Metcalfe is sent by American spymaster &doublequote;Corky&doublequote; Corcoran to the U.S.S.R. to enlist an old lover, Lana (&doublequote;an extraordinary woman, impossibly beautiful, magnetic, passionate&doublequote;) in a scheme that if successful will change the course of history. Hot on Metcalfe's tail is assassin Kleist, a Nazi Secret Service agent who dispatches his enemies by garroting them with the E string of his violin. These principals and a host of others thrust and parry between Paris, Moscow and Berlin before a final confrontation in an enormous, mock factory fashioned of plywood and cleverly painted canvas. The factory, a bombing decoy, provides an apt metaphor for the book: a hollow, flimsy construct unable to hold the weight of a bloated plot and an army of cliched characters. All of Ludlum's trademarks are in evidence: one-sentence paragraphs, a plentitude of exclamation points, ridiculous dialogue (&doublequote;Die, you bastard!&doublequote;) and the breathless use of italics to impart excitement, but in the end there are few surprises in this unsatisfying behemoth. Perhaps it's time to let the master rest in peace.&newline;Copyright 2003 Reed Business Information, Inc.&newline;--This text refers to an out of print or unavailable edition of this title. &newline;&newline;From AudioFile&newline;&newline;It's the fall of 1940. Nazis occupy France, Britain is suffering the Blitz, America is neutral, and Russia is an uneasy ally of Germany. In the classic Ludlum tradition, one man is called upon to save the free world and change the course of history. That man, Stephen Metcalfe, is assigned is to turn Rudolf von Sch│ssler into a double agent to implement DIE WOLFSFALLE and trick Hitler into invading the Soviet Union. Paul Michael's French, British, Russian, and German accented dialogue brings this story to life. His portrayal of the Ivy League multilingual Russo-Yank intelligence agent makes Stephen Metcalfe more well defined than the typical Ludlum character. Paul Michael breathes life into an otherwise predictable plot. K.A.T. « AudioFile 2004, Portland, Maine-- Copyright « AudioFile, Portland, Maine&newline;--This text refers to the &newline;&newline;Audio CD&newline;edition.

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