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Murder in Moscow #2020

Murder in Moscow Foreign correspondent George Gerney traveling to Moscow to report for his newspaper on post war changes there finds himself in the company of a pro Soviet delegation His aloof attitude towards his f

  • Title: Murder in Moscow
  • Author: Andrew Garve
  • ISBN: 9780745186443
  • Page: 267
  • Format: Hardcover
  • Murder in Moscow By Andrew Garve, Foreign correspondent George Gerney, traveling to Moscow to report for his newspaper on post war changes there, finds himself in the company of a pro Soviet delegation His aloof attitude towards his fellow passengers receives a jolt when one of them is murdered in Moscow.

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    1. Murder in Moscow was the fourth novel of Andrew Garve, a nom de plume of the author Paul Winterton, one of the founders of the Crime Writer s Association in the UK Andrew Garve displays all his powers of really atmospheric scene setting and powerfully driven plotting with an almost filmic quality in this novel Read this to observe a master crime writer at work Having said that this novel is of its time The reading experience is equivalent to watching an old Hollywood movie of the 40s on a Sunday [...]

    2. A substantial part of Warsaw s population, including regiments of children, seemed to have been marshaled on to the bleak, windswept platform They stood in orderly files behind a screen of security police holding aloft red banners inscribed with such slogans as The Peoples Democracies Strive for Peace and Ban the Atom Bomb Andrew Garve s pseudonym of the British journalist and author Paul Winterton Murder through the Looking Glass 1951 begins with the Warsaw scene quoted above A British peace de [...]

    3. Set in Moscow in 1951, this closed room mystery tells of a batty UK delegation of would be Communists who arrive to take a guided tour around Stalin s best bits they are blinkered and foolish, and they rapidly get up the nose of experience Russian correspondent George Verney.As the story begins, Verney, and the rest of the Foreign Press Corps, follow the delegation from school to factory to party, trying to squeeze a story out of the flim flam being put on show The press and the delegates are al [...]

    4. Garve never disappoints This book was also published in the US as Murder Through the Looking Glass A fun who dun it.

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