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Author: Bob Reiss
ISBN: 0671776223
Pages: 300 pages
Publisher: Simon & Schuster; First Edition edition (January 1, 1993)
Language: English
Category: Thrillers & Suspense
Size ePUB: 1381 kb
Size Fb2: 1238 kb
Size DJVU: 1219 kb
Rating: 4.5
Votes: 259
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Subcategory: Mystery

e-Book The Last Spy epub download

by Bob Reiss



The Last Spy is an intriguing novel which captures the all consuming paranoia that is an unavoidable occupational hazard for any undercover agent. The Last Spy is a spynovel that ranks up there with the writing of Ian Flemming

The Last Spy is an intriguing novel which captures the all consuming paranoia that is an unavoidable occupational hazard for any undercover agent. It has a sufficient amount of suspense and there are several very clever plot devices. All in all, this is an intelligently contructed spy novel which most readers should find quite entertaining. The Last Spy is a spynovel that ranks up there with the writing of Ian Flemming. It is ameticulously woven bit of fiction, that keeps you turning the pages until the very end. I would recomend this book to anyone who enjoys a great thriller.

The Last Spy is an intriguing novel which captures the all consuming paranoia that is an unavoidable occupational hazard for any undercover agent. 3 people found this helpful.

See a Problem? We’d love your help. Details (if other): Cancel. Thanks for telling us about the problem. The Last Spy. by. Bob Reiss. Soon to be a major motion picture from Paramount, this thriller takes DeMille's bestseller Charm School a step further.

James Ash is a reporter for the Washington Post. At least that's his cover. He's really a Soviet spy, one of an elite group of agents groomed since childhood to infiltrate key institutions in the United States. But something has changed. His recent assignments bear little or no relation to the national interests of the USSR.

This is only the second book I've ever read that has taken me away from my family, food, work, and everything else, leaving me curled up on my couch, ignoring the world until it was done; the first book was The Silence of the Lambs. Eugene Izzi, author of Tribal Secrets and King of the Hustlers.

Bob Reiss (born 1951 in New York City) is an American author of nonfiction and fiction books. Reiss has written more than 20 books, including Purgatory Road, a murder mystery set in Antarctica, The Road to Extrema, a study of the destruction of Brazilian rain forests, The Coming Storm, which focuses on global warming and catastrophic weather. Many of his novels and articles are based on his travels to Alaska, Hong Kong, Somalia, South Africa, Antarctica, and other locations around the world.

October 1993 : UK Hardback.

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Crackerjack spy yarn about an ultra-deep Soviet agent trying to come in from the cold-and a big step up for Reiss, who's previously spun out only so-so thrillers (Flamingo, 1989; Saltmaker, 1988, et. Reiss opens in 1967, with a group of Smith Falls, Mass. schoolkids studying current events-only these kids are Russian, and their town, a training ground for spies that's a carbon copy of the real Smith Falls, sits in Siberia. Crackerjack spy yarn about an ultra-deep Soviet agent trying to come in from the cold-and a big step up for Reiss, who's previously spun out only so-so thrillers (Flamingo, 1989; Saltmaker, 1988, et.

Bob Reiss is the best selling author of 20 books. He divides his time between New York City and western Massachusetts. His fiction is often based on his experiences as a journalist covering stories in Washington, Africa, the Arctic and South America. He has appeared on Morning Joe, Today Show, Good Morning America, Charlie Rose, Nightline, Al Jazeera, CNN and Dan Rather Reports. His next novel, White Plague , under the name of James Abel, will be out in 2015.

With the collapse of the Soviet Union, a group of long-established Soviet spies in the U.S. find they can trust no one and moves from close camaraderie to bloody betrayal
Ddilonyne
TRUTH OR FICTION??? I am not sure which it is, but it kept me on the edge of my seat!!! I ABSOLUTELY BELIEVE something like this COULD HAVE HAPPENED. That is what I find so intriguing about this book. I am not sure in today's world it would be possible, due to media, Homeland Security, social media, etc. But, during the ' Cold War ' years, YES !!! It seems reasonable.
The book reads easily and the characters are engaging, well developed, and draw you in quickly.
Anyone who like spy stories, remembers the Cold War, or just a good suspenseful book should enjoy this one. And you will wanna slap urself at the ending.
Danial
James Ash is a reporter for the Washington Post. At least that's his cover. He's really a Soviet spy, one of an elite group of agents groomed since childhood to infiltrate key institutions in the United States. But something has changed. His recent assignments bear little or no relation to the national interests of the USSR. And to further complicate matters, there is a continual barrage of news from Moscow pointing to the Soviet Union's imminent disintegration.

As a result, Ash does not know whom to trust, where to take his orders from or where his loyalties should lie. He falls for a girl named Jennifer, the host of a call in radio talk show. But can he really trust her? Could the FBI or even the KGB have sent her his way?

The Last Spy is an intriguing novel which captures the all consuming paranoia that is an unavoidable occupational hazard for any undercover agent. It has a sufficient amount of suspense and there are several very clever plot devices.

All in all, this is an intelligently contructed spy novel which most readers should find quite entertaining.
Broadcaster
A tale of murder, mystery, and intrigue. The Last Spy is a spynovel that ranks up there with the writing of Ian Flemming. It is ameticulously woven bit of fiction, that keeps you turning the pages until the very end. I would recomend this book to anyone who enjoys a great thriller.