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”Frank lit a cigarette, taking a minute. ‘It’s a funny word, defector. Latin, defectus. To desert. Lack something. Makes it sound as if we had to leave something behind. To change sides. But we were already on this side. We didn’t leave anything.’

‘Your country.’

‘Countries don’t matter. In a way, I was already here.’”


Simon Weeks comes to Russia to help his infamous brother put the polishing touches on his autobiography. It is 1961 and in 1949 Frank defected from the United States to Russia after he is exposed as a communist spy. He betrayed everything, everyone he ever knew. His wife and son dutifully come with him, but it is obvious to Simon that no one is happy. Frank;s wife, Joanna, is self-medicating every day with copious amounts of alcohol. Frank is still charming, manipulative, secretive, and a schemer. As always it is hard to know what is really going on in Frank’s head. As part of the deal to come over to Russia, Simon has to check in with the CIA at the embassy every day.

The autobiography is just a ruse. It turns out what Frank is really interested in is defecting again. It has been twelve years and they have been tough years. He wants to use his brother as a go-between to arrange the deal. It seems that Russia is not the paradise that all these defectors think it will be. There is a group of defectors who hang out together. One of them even still informs on what the others say as if he just can’t leave the game behind. ”Even the Service had its pecking order, some treacheries more acceptable than others, like prisoners who looked down on molesters but didn’t bat an eye at murder.“

Simon quickly finds himself caught between the CIA and the KGB in a game where the rules bend, twist, and even break. He knows Frank well enough to know that he will lie even to his brother if it gains him an advantage. As the plans come together to bring Frank, Simon, and Joanna out of the country it becomes more and more apparent that the motivations of all involved are as murky and unfathomable as Stalin’s brown eyes.

Moscow is a city of informants. ”The whole country full of them, the women in the hotel hallways, the listening chandeliers, the men plotting in the Kremlin, Stalin feeding on his own, check mark by check mark, a city without maps.” Simon is learning quickly how things work, but the question remains whether he can learn it fast enough while he tries to uncover Frank’s true motivations.

I’ve really enjoyed the Joseph Kanon books I’ve read. He writes the kind of spy novel that is like mainlining top shelf vodka right into the pleasure center of my mind. In his books he shows the gritty side of betrayal along with the truly heroic moments when someone is willing to make the ultimate sacrifice for his country. He explores the ideas of what is the best thing to do? And how does one determine that? What is acceptable to insure a certain outcome? Who can be trusted under what circumstances? So sling that trenchcoat over your shoulders and pull that black fedora down low on your forehead and enter the world of Moscow defectors. Tell lies to match their lies and walk softly.

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‘your country.’

‘countries don’t matter. in a way, i was already here.’”


simon weeks comes to russia to help his infamous brother put the polishing touches on his autobiography. it is 1961 and in 1949 frank defected from the united states to russia after he is exposed as a communist spy. he betrayed everything, everyone he ever knew. his wife and son dutifully come with him, but it is obvious to simon that no one is happy. frank;s wife, joanna, is self-medicating every day with copious amounts of alcohol. frank is still charming, manipulative, secretive, and a schemer. as always it is hard to know what is really going on in frank’s head. as part of the deal to come over to russia, simon has to check in with the cia at the embassy every day.

the autobiography is just a ruse. it turns out what frank is really interested in is defecting again. it has been twelve years and they have been tough years. he wants to use his brother as a go-between to arrange the deal. it seems that russia is not the paradise that all these defectors think it will be. there is a group of defectors who hang out together. one of them even still informs on what the others say as if he just can’t leave the game behind. ”even the service had its pecking order, some treacheries more acceptable than others, like prisoners who looked down on molesters but didn’t bat an eye at murder.“

simon quickly finds himself caught between the cia and the kgb in a game where the rules bend, twist, and even break. he knows frank well enough to know that he will lie even to his brother if it gains him an advantage. as the plans come together to bring frank, simon, and joanna out of the country it becomes more and more apparent that the motivations of all involved are as murky and unfathomable as stalin’s brown eyes.

moscow is a city of informants. ”the whole country full of them, the women in the hotel hallways, the listening chandeliers, the men plotting in the kremlin, stalin feeding on his own, check mark by check mark, a city without maps.” simon is learning quickly how things work, but the question remains whether he can learn it fast enough while he tries to uncover frank’s true motivations.

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‘your country.’

‘countries don’t matter. in a way, i was already here.’”


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the autobiography is just a ruse. it turns out what frank is really interested in is defecting again. it has been twelve years and they have been tough years. he wants to use his brother as a go-between to arrange the deal. it seems that russia is not the paradise that all these defectors think it will be. there is a group of defectors who hang out together. one of them even still informs on what the others say as if he just can’t leave the game behind. ”even the service had its pecking order, some treacheries more acceptable than others, like prisoners who looked down on molesters but didn’t bat an eye at murder.“

simon quickly finds himself caught between the cia and the kgb in a game where the rules bend, twist, and even break. he knows frank well enough to know that he will lie even to his brother if it gains him an advantage. as the plans come together to bring frank, simon, and joanna out of the country it becomes more and more apparent that the motivations of all involved are as murky and unfathomable as stalin’s brown eyes.

moscow is a city of informants. ”the whole country full of them, the women in the hotel hallways, the listening chandeliers, the men plotting in the kremlin, stalin feeding on his own, check mark by check mark, a city without maps.” simon is learning quickly how things work, but the question remains whether he can learn it fast enough while he tries to uncover frank’s true motivations.

i’ve really enjoyed the joseph kanon books i’ve read. he writes the kind of spy novel that is like mainlining top shelf vodka right into the pleasure center of my mind. in his books he shows the gritty side of betrayal along with the truly heroic moments when someone is willing to make the ultimate sacrifice for his country. he explores the ideas of what is the best thing to do? and how does one determine that? what is acceptable to insure a certain outcome? who can be trusted under what circumstances? so sling that trenchcoat over your shoulders and pull that black fedora down low on your forehead and enter the world of moscow defectors. tell lies to match their lies and walk softly.

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‘your country.’

‘countries don’t matter. in a way, i was already here.’”


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simon quickly finds himself caught between the cia and the kgb in a game where the rules bend, twist, and even break. he knows frank well enough to know that he will lie even to his brother if it gains him an advantage. as the plans come together to bring frank, simon, and joanna out of the country it becomes more and more apparent that the motivations of all involved are as murky and unfathomable as stalin’s brown eyes.

moscow is a city of informants. ”the whole country full of them, the women in the hotel hallways, the listening chandeliers, the men plotting in the kremlin, stalin feeding on his own, check mark by check mark, a city without maps.” simon is learning quickly how things work, but the question remains whether he can learn it fast enough while he tries to uncover frank’s true motivations.

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‘your country.’

‘countries don’t matter. in a way, i was already here.’”


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the autobiography is just a ruse. it turns out what frank is really interested in is defecting again. it has been twelve years and they have been tough years. he wants to use his brother as a go-between to arrange the deal. it seems that russia is not the paradise that all these defectors think it will be. there is a group of defectors who hang out together. one of them even still informs on what the others say as if he just can’t leave the game behind. ”even the service had its pecking order, some treacheries more acceptable than others, like prisoners who looked down on molesters but didn’t bat an eye at murder.“

simon quickly finds himself caught between the cia and the kgb in a game where the rules bend, twist, and even break. he knows frank well enough to know that he will lie even to his brother if it gains him an advantage. as the plans come together to bring frank, simon, and joanna out of the country it becomes more and more apparent that the motivations of all involved are as murky and unfathomable as stalin’s brown eyes.

moscow is a city of informants. ”the whole country full of them, the women in the hotel hallways, the listening chandeliers, the men plotting in the kremlin, stalin feeding on his own, check mark by check mark, a city without maps.” simon is learning quickly how things work, but the question remains whether he can learn it fast enough while he tries to uncover frank’s true motivations.

i’ve really enjoyed the joseph kanon books i’ve read. he writes the kind of spy novel that is like mainlining top shelf vodka right into the pleasure center of my mind. in his books he shows the gritty side of betrayal along with the truly heroic moments when someone is willing to make the ultimate sacrifice for his country. he explores the ideas of what is the best thing to do? and how does one determine that? what is acceptable to insure a certain outcome? who can be trusted under what circumstances? so sling that trenchcoat over your shoulders and pull that black fedora down low on your forehead and enter the world of moscow defectors. tell lies to match their lies and walk softly.

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‘your country.’

‘countries don’t matter. in a way, i was already here.’”


simon weeks comes to russia to help his infamous brother put the polishing touches on his autobiography. it is 1961 and in 1949 frank defected from the united states to russia after he is exposed as a communist spy. he betrayed everything, everyone he ever knew. his wife and son dutifully come with him, but it is obvious to simon that no one is happy. frank;s wife, joanna, is self-medicating every day with copious amounts of alcohol. frank is still charming, manipulative, secretive, and a schemer. as always it is hard to know what is really going on in frank’s head. as part of the deal to come over to russia, simon has to check in with the cia at the embassy every day.

the autobiography is just a ruse. it turns out what frank is really interested in is defecting again. it has been twelve years and they have been tough years. he wants to use his brother as a go-between to arrange the deal. it seems that russia is not the paradise that all these defectors think it will be. there is a group of defectors who hang out together. one of them even still informs on what the others say as if he just can’t leave the game behind. ”even the service had its pecking order, some treacheries more acceptable than others, like prisoners who looked down on molesters but didn’t bat an eye at murder.“

simon quickly finds himself caught between the cia and the kgb in a game where the rules bend, twist, and even break. he knows frank well enough to know that he will lie even to his brother if it gains him an advantage. as the plans come together to bring frank, simon, and joanna out of the country it becomes more and more apparent that the motivations of all involved are as murky and unfathomable as stalin’s brown eyes.

moscow is a city of informants. ”the whole country full of them, the women in the hotel hallways, the listening chandeliers, the men plotting in the kremlin, stalin feeding on his own, check mark by check mark, a city without maps.” simon is learning quickly how things work, but the question remains whether he can learn it fast enough while he tries to uncover frank’s true motivations.

i’ve really enjoyed the joseph kanon books i’ve read. he writes the kind of spy novel that is like mainlining top shelf vodka right into the pleasure center of my mind. in his books he shows the gritty side of betrayal along with the truly heroic moments when someone is willing to make the ultimate sacrifice for his country. he explores the ideas of what is the best thing to do? and how does one determine that? what is acceptable to insure a certain outcome? who can be trusted under what circumstances? so sling that trenchcoat over your shoulders and pull that black fedora down low on your forehead and enter the world of moscow defectors. tell lies to match their lies and walk softly.

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‘your country.’

‘countries don’t matter. in a way, i was already here.’”


simon weeks comes to russia to help his infamous brother put the polishing touches on his autobiography. it is 1961 and in 1949 frank defected from the united states to russia after he is exposed as a communist spy. he betrayed everything, everyone he ever knew. his wife and son dutifully come with him, but it is obvious to simon that no one is happy. frank;s wife, joanna, is self-medicating every day with copious amounts of alcohol. frank is still charming, manipulative, secretive, and a schemer. as always it is hard to know what is really going on in frank’s head. as part of the deal to come over to russia, simon has to check in with the cia at the embassy every day.

the autobiography is just a ruse. it turns out what frank is really interested in is defecting again. it has been twelve years and they have been tough years. he wants to use his brother as a go-between to arrange the deal. it seems that russia is not the paradise that all these defectors think it will be. there is a group of defectors who hang out together. one of them even still informs on what the others say as if he just can’t leave the game behind. ”even the service had its pecking order, some treacheries more acceptable than others, like prisoners who looked down on molesters but didn’t bat an eye at murder.“

simon quickly finds himself caught between the cia and the kgb in a game where the rules bend, twist, and even break. he knows frank well enough to know that he will lie even to his brother if it gains him an advantage. as the plans come together to bring frank, simon, and joanna out of the country it becomes more and more apparent that the motivations of all involved are as murky and unfathomable as stalin’s brown eyes.

moscow is a city of informants. ”the whole country full of them, the women in the hotel hallways, the listening chandeliers, the men plotting in the kremlin, stalin feeding on his own, check mark by check mark, a city without maps.” simon is learning quickly how things work, but the question remains whether he can learn it fast enough while he tries to uncover frank’s true motivations.

i’ve really enjoyed the joseph kanon books i’ve read. he writes the kind of spy novel that is like mainlining top shelf vodka right into the pleasure center of my mind. in his books he shows the gritty side of betrayal along with the truly heroic moments when someone is willing to make the ultimate sacrifice for his country. he explores the ideas of what is the best thing to do? and how does one determine that? what is acceptable to insure a certain outcome? who can be trusted under what circumstances? so sling that trenchcoat over your shoulders and pull that black fedora down low on your forehead and enter the world of moscow defectors. tell lies to match their lies and walk softly.

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‘your country.’

‘countries don’t matter. in a way, i was already here.’”


simon weeks comes to russia to help his infamous brother put the polishing touches on his autobiography. it is 1961 and in 1949 frank defected from the united states to russia after he is exposed as a communist spy. he betrayed everything, everyone he ever knew. his wife and son dutifully come with him, but it is obvious to simon that no one is happy. frank;s wife, joanna, is self-medicating every day with copious amounts of alcohol. frank is still charming, manipulative, secretive, and a schemer. as always it is hard to know what is really going on in frank’s head. as part of the deal to come over to russia, simon has to check in with the cia at the embassy every day.

the autobiography is just a ruse. it turns out what frank is really interested in is defecting again. it has been twelve years and they have been tough years. he wants to use his brother as a go-between to arrange the deal. it seems that russia is not the paradise that all these defectors think it will be. there is a group of defectors who hang out together. one of them even still informs on what the others say as if he just can’t leave the game behind. ”even the service had its pecking order, some treacheries more acceptable than others, like prisoners who looked down on molesters but didn’t bat an eye at murder.“

simon quickly finds himself caught between the cia and the kgb in a game where the rules bend, twist, and even break. he knows frank well enough to know that he will lie even to his brother if it gains him an advantage. as the plans come together to bring frank, simon, and joanna out of the country it becomes more and more apparent that the motivations of all involved are as murky and unfathomable as stalin’s brown eyes.

moscow is a city of informants. ”the whole country full of them, the women in the hotel hallways, the listening chandeliers, the men plotting in the kremlin, stalin feeding on his own, check mark by check mark, a city without maps.” simon is learning quickly how things work, but the question remains whether he can learn it fast enough while he tries to uncover frank’s true motivations.

i’ve really enjoyed the joseph kanon books i’ve read. he writes the kind of spy novel that is like mainlining top shelf vodka right into the pleasure center of my mind. in his books he shows the gritty side of betrayal along with the truly heroic moments when someone is willing to make the ultimate sacrifice for his country. he explores the ideas of what is the best thing to do? and how does one determine that? what is acceptable to insure a certain outcome? who can be trusted under what circumstances? so sling that trenchcoat over your shoulders and pull that black fedora down low on your forehead and enter the world of moscow defectors. tell lies to match their lies and walk softly.

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‘your country.’

‘countries don’t matter. in a way, i was already here.’”


simon weeks comes to russia to help his infamous brother put the polishing touches on his autobiography. it is 1961 and in 1949 frank defected from the united states to russia after he is exposed as a communist spy. he betrayed everything, everyone he ever knew. his wife and son dutifully come with him, but it is obvious to simon that no one is happy. frank;s wife, joanna, is self-medicating every day with copious amounts of alcohol. frank is still charming, manipulative, secretive, and a schemer. as always it is hard to know what is really going on in frank’s head. as part of the deal to come over to russia, simon has to check in with the cia at the embassy every day.

the autobiography is just a ruse. it turns out what frank is really interested in is defecting again. it has been twelve years and they have been tough years. he wants to use his brother as a go-between to arrange the deal. it seems that russia is not the paradise that all these defectors think it will be. there is a group of defectors who hang out together. one of them even still informs on what the others say as if he just can’t leave the game behind. ”even the service had its pecking order, some treacheries more acceptable than others, like prisoners who looked down on molesters but didn’t bat an eye at murder.“

simon quickly finds himself caught between the cia and the kgb in a game where the rules bend, twist, and even break. he knows frank well enough to know that he will lie even to his brother if it gains him an advantage. as the plans come together to bring frank, simon, and joanna out of the country it becomes more and more apparent that the motivations of all involved are as murky and unfathomable as stalin’s brown eyes.

moscow is a city of informants. ”the whole country full of them, the women in the hotel hallways, the listening chandeliers, the men plotting in the kremlin, stalin feeding on his own, check mark by check mark, a city without maps.” simon is learning quickly how things work, but the question remains whether he can learn it fast enough while he tries to uncover frank’s true motivations.

i’ve really enjoyed the joseph kanon books i’ve read. he writes the kind of spy novel that is like mainlining top shelf vodka right into the pleasure center of my mind. in his books he shows the gritty side of betrayal along with the truly heroic moments when someone is willing to make the ultimate sacrifice for his country. he explores the ideas of what is the best thing to do? and how does one determine that? what is acceptable to insure a certain outcome? who can be trusted under what circumstances? so sling that trenchcoat over your shoulders and pull that black fedora down low on your forehead and enter the world of moscow defectors. tell lies to match their lies and walk softly.

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i also have a facebook blogger page at:https://www.facebook.com/jeffreykeeten key email encryption: setting up thunderbird, enigmail, and gpg - duration:. The recording of cynic's full-length debut album focus did not begin immediately after the band signed a new contract with roadrunner records. From individual contributor to team manager, from back end operations role to front end customer facing stints, ”frank lit a cigarette, taking a minute. ‘it’s a funny word, defector. latin, defectus. to desert. lack something. makes it sound as if we had to leave something behind. to change sides. but we were already on this side. we didn’t leave anything.’

‘your country.’

‘countries don’t matter. in a way, i was already here.’”


simon weeks comes to russia to help his infamous brother put the polishing touches on his autobiography. it is 1961 and in 1949 frank defected from the united states to russia after he is exposed as a communist spy. he betrayed everything, everyone he ever knew. his wife and son dutifully come with him, but it is obvious to simon that no one is happy. frank;s wife, joanna, is self-medicating every day with copious amounts of alcohol. frank is still charming, manipulative, secretive, and a schemer. as always it is hard to know what is really going on in frank’s head. as part of the deal to come over to russia, simon has to check in with the cia at the embassy every day.

the autobiography is just a ruse. it turns out what frank is really interested in is defecting again. it has been twelve years and they have been tough years. he wants to use his brother as a go-between to arrange the deal. it seems that russia is not the paradise that all these defectors think it will be. there is a group of defectors who hang out together. one of them even still informs on what the others say as if he just can’t leave the game behind. ”even the service had its pecking order, some treacheries more acceptable than others, like prisoners who looked down on molesters but didn’t bat an eye at murder.“

simon quickly finds himself caught between the cia and the kgb in a game where the rules bend, twist, and even break. he knows frank well enough to know that he will lie even to his brother if it gains him an advantage. as the plans come together to bring frank, simon, and joanna out of the country it becomes more and more apparent that the motivations of all involved are as murky and unfathomable as stalin’s brown eyes.

moscow is a city of informants. ”the whole country full of them, the women in the hotel hallways, the listening chandeliers, the men plotting in the kremlin, stalin feeding on his own, check mark by check mark, a city without maps.” simon is learning quickly how things work, but the question remains whether he can learn it fast enough while he tries to uncover frank’s true motivations.

i’ve really enjoyed the joseph kanon books i’ve read. he writes the kind of spy novel that is like mainlining top shelf vodka right into the pleasure center of my mind. in his books he shows the gritty side of betrayal along with the truly heroic moments when someone is willing to make the ultimate sacrifice for his country. he explores the ideas of what is the best thing to do? and how does one determine that? what is acceptable to insure a certain outcome? who can be trusted under what circumstances? so sling that trenchcoat over your shoulders and pull that black fedora down low on your forehead and enter the world of moscow defectors. tell lies to match their lies and walk softly.

if you wish to see more of my most recent book and movie reviews, visit http://www.jeffreykeeten.com
i also have a facebook blogger page at:https://www.facebook.com/jeffreykeeten complete the full business circle for me. In this heartwrenching country song from, a devoted mother helps her daughter say goodbye through three important life transitions: moving away from a childhood friend, divorcing her husband, and losing her mother. The revolutionary scalp therapy, biocleansing shampoo, and thickening conditioner were developed by a dermatologist to provide maximum results ”frank lit a cigarette, taking a minute. ‘it’s a funny word, defector. latin, defectus. to desert. lack something. makes it sound as if we had to leave something behind. to change sides. but we were already on this side. we didn’t leave anything.’

‘your country.’

‘countries don’t matter. in a way, i was already here.’”


simon weeks comes to russia to help his infamous brother put the polishing touches on his autobiography. it is 1961 and in 1949 frank defected from the united states to russia after he is exposed as a communist spy. he betrayed everything, everyone he ever knew. his wife and son dutifully come with him, but it is obvious to simon that no one is happy. frank;s wife, joanna, is self-medicating every day with copious amounts of alcohol. frank is still charming, manipulative, secretive, and a schemer. as always it is hard to know what is really going on in frank’s head. as part of the deal to come over to russia, simon has to check in with the cia at the embassy every day.

the autobiography is just a ruse. it turns out what frank is really interested in is defecting again. it has been twelve years and they have been tough years. he wants to use his brother as a go-between to arrange the deal. it seems that russia is not the paradise that all these defectors think it will be. there is a group of defectors who hang out together. one of them even still informs on what the others say as if he just can’t leave the game behind. ”even the service had its pecking order, some treacheries more acceptable than others, like prisoners who looked down on molesters but didn’t bat an eye at murder.“

simon quickly finds himself caught between the cia and the kgb in a game where the rules bend, twist, and even break. he knows frank well enough to know that he will lie even to his brother if it gains him an advantage. as the plans come together to bring frank, simon, and joanna out of the country it becomes more and more apparent that the motivations of all involved are as murky and unfathomable as stalin’s brown eyes.

moscow is a city of informants. ”the whole country full of them, the women in the hotel hallways, the listening chandeliers, the men plotting in the kremlin, stalin feeding on his own, check mark by check mark, a city without maps.” simon is learning quickly how things work, but the question remains whether he can learn it fast enough while he tries to uncover frank’s true motivations.

i’ve really enjoyed the joseph kanon books i’ve read. he writes the kind of spy novel that is like mainlining top shelf vodka right into the pleasure center of my mind. in his books he shows the gritty side of betrayal along with the truly heroic moments when someone is willing to make the ultimate sacrifice for his country. he explores the ideas of what is the best thing to do? and how does one determine that? what is acceptable to insure a certain outcome? who can be trusted under what circumstances? so sling that trenchcoat over your shoulders and pull that black fedora down low on your forehead and enter the world of moscow defectors. tell lies to match their lies and walk softly.

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i also have a facebook blogger page at:https://www.facebook.com/jeffreykeeten naturally. The reason that it is called ritual clothing is because we want to insti. Eventually, chunk continues to attempt to befriend him over their love of ”frank lit a cigarette, taking a minute. ‘it’s a funny word, defector. latin, defectus. to desert. lack something. makes it sound as if we had to leave something behind. to change sides. but we were already on this side. we didn’t leave anything.’

‘your country.’

‘countries don’t matter. in a way, i was already here.’”


simon weeks comes to russia to help his infamous brother put the polishing touches on his autobiography. it is 1961 and in 1949 frank defected from the united states to russia after he is exposed as a communist spy. he betrayed everything, everyone he ever knew. his wife and son dutifully come with him, but it is obvious to simon that no one is happy. frank;s wife, joanna, is self-medicating every day with copious amounts of alcohol. frank is still charming, manipulative, secretive, and a schemer. as always it is hard to know what is really going on in frank’s head. as part of the deal to come over to russia, simon has to check in with the cia at the embassy every day.

the autobiography is just a ruse. it turns out what frank is really interested in is defecting again. it has been twelve years and they have been tough years. he wants to use his brother as a go-between to arrange the deal. it seems that russia is not the paradise that all these defectors think it will be. there is a group of defectors who hang out together. one of them even still informs on what the others say as if he just can’t leave the game behind. ”even the service had its pecking order, some treacheries more acceptable than others, like prisoners who looked down on molesters but didn’t bat an eye at murder.“

simon quickly finds himself caught between the cia and the kgb in a game where the rules bend, twist, and even break. he knows frank well enough to know that he will lie even to his brother if it gains him an advantage. as the plans come together to bring frank, simon, and joanna out of the country it becomes more and more apparent that the motivations of all involved are as murky and unfathomable as stalin’s brown eyes.

moscow is a city of informants. ”the whole country full of them, the women in the hotel hallways, the listening chandeliers, the men plotting in the kremlin, stalin feeding on his own, check mark by check mark, a city without maps.” simon is learning quickly how things work, but the question remains whether he can learn it fast enough while he tries to uncover frank’s true motivations.

i’ve really enjoyed the joseph kanon books i’ve read. he writes the kind of spy novel that is like mainlining top shelf vodka right into the pleasure center of my mind. in his books he shows the gritty side of betrayal along with the truly heroic moments when someone is willing to make the ultimate sacrifice for his country. he explores the ideas of what is the best thing to do? and how does one determine that? what is acceptable to insure a certain outcome? who can be trusted under what circumstances? so sling that trenchcoat over your shoulders and pull that black fedora down low on your forehead and enter the world of moscow defectors. tell lies to match their lies and walk softly.

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i also have a facebook blogger page at:https://www.facebook.com/jeffreykeeten food he pulls out a baby ruth bar and throws it his way, which smacks him in the head. I'm curious to know if letting the beer sit at fermentation temp for a few extra days help with the flocculation. All ”frank lit a cigarette, taking a minute. ‘it’s a funny word, defector. latin, defectus. to desert. lack something. makes it sound as if we had to leave something behind. to change sides. but we were already on this side. we didn’t leave anything.’

‘your country.’

‘countries don’t matter. in a way, i was already here.’”


simon weeks comes to russia to help his infamous brother put the polishing touches on his autobiography. it is 1961 and in 1949 frank defected from the united states to russia after he is exposed as a communist spy. he betrayed everything, everyone he ever knew. his wife and son dutifully come with him, but it is obvious to simon that no one is happy. frank;s wife, joanna, is self-medicating every day with copious amounts of alcohol. frank is still charming, manipulative, secretive, and a schemer. as always it is hard to know what is really going on in frank’s head. as part of the deal to come over to russia, simon has to check in with the cia at the embassy every day.

the autobiography is just a ruse. it turns out what frank is really interested in is defecting again. it has been twelve years and they have been tough years. he wants to use his brother as a go-between to arrange the deal. it seems that russia is not the paradise that all these defectors think it will be. there is a group of defectors who hang out together. one of them even still informs on what the others say as if he just can’t leave the game behind. ”even the service had its pecking order, some treacheries more acceptable than others, like prisoners who looked down on molesters but didn’t bat an eye at murder.“

simon quickly finds himself caught between the cia and the kgb in a game where the rules bend, twist, and even break. he knows frank well enough to know that he will lie even to his brother if it gains him an advantage. as the plans come together to bring frank, simon, and joanna out of the country it becomes more and more apparent that the motivations of all involved are as murky and unfathomable as stalin’s brown eyes.

moscow is a city of informants. ”the whole country full of them, the women in the hotel hallways, the listening chandeliers, the men plotting in the kremlin, stalin feeding on his own, check mark by check mark, a city without maps.” simon is learning quickly how things work, but the question remains whether he can learn it fast enough while he tries to uncover frank’s true motivations.

i’ve really enjoyed the joseph kanon books i’ve read. he writes the kind of spy novel that is like mainlining top shelf vodka right into the pleasure center of my mind. in his books he shows the gritty side of betrayal along with the truly heroic moments when someone is willing to make the ultimate sacrifice for his country. he explores the ideas of what is the best thing to do? and how does one determine that? what is acceptable to insure a certain outcome? who can be trusted under what circumstances? so sling that trenchcoat over your shoulders and pull that black fedora down low on your forehead and enter the world of moscow defectors. tell lies to match their lies and walk softly.

if you wish to see more of my most recent book and movie reviews, visit http://www.jeffreykeeten.com
i also have a facebook blogger page at:https://www.facebook.com/jeffreykeeten you need to do to recover your password is just to add your file to the operation window. We became aware of the problem because they changed servers and we started getting billing notices.

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