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CIA officer Karl Adams has become a Russian SVR officer. He is also living with a beautiful GRU officer in Moscow, the daughter of the general in charge of the GRU, general of the army, and minister of defense. He is now undercover so deep that his own agency has no idea what he’s doing.
The CIA has resorted to old-school dead drops to contact Karl. The Russians are actively recruiting agents worldwide, but especially across the Baltic region, attempting to build hegemony over former satellite states. A sequence of events brings intelligence officers on a path toward Russia, where Karl and his girlfriend are currently recruiting a network of agents that could influence operations across the world.
Now, Karl has a major dilemma. If he does his job with the SVR too well, he could undermine his position in the CIA. But what he uncovers in the old Russian capital of St. Petersburg could change the delicate balance of power between East and West.
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“Not as technical and certainly shorter than Tom Clancy’s books but can be read in lieu of them.” (Library Journal)
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