A Review of Coercion

Coercion by Tim Tigner My rating: 4 of 5 stars Coercion is a very good spy/thriller set in 1990 during the Gorbachev/Perestroika Russian years. “Knyaz” is a super secret organization within the KGB that wants to gain control by ridding the country of Gorbachev and giving Russia its own version of Perestroika. With Vasily Karpov, …

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A Review of A Spy at Twilight

A Spy at Twilight by Bryan Forbes My rating: 3 of 5 stars There is little doubt that with the thriller, A Spy at Twilight, Bryan Forbes is trying to become a contemporary of Forsyth. Sadly, he fails. See, the secret to Forsyth's success is his enormous dedication to research, details, and planning, as well …

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