Cover Story by Robert Cullen

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This compelling novel offers a gripping portrait of the Soviet Union in total disarray. At its center is Colin Burke, Moscow correspondent for an American magazine, who soon gets caught up in a riveting thriller involving Russian nuclear scientists imported by the Syrians, Israeli intelligence, the black market--and Burke's own wavering integrity.

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Cullen won an Overseas Press Club Award as Newsweek's Moscow correspondent.
Published June 13, 1994 by Scribner. 320 pages
Genres: Mystery, Thriller & Suspense, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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When Burke gets yet another tip--this time from the voluptuous Katya, a young prostitute working for Kassim- -the trail leads to the forbidden, ``secret'' industrial city of Nauchny Gorodok.

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A report of possible Syrian nuclear capability sends Colin Burke, the Moscow correspondent for America Weekly introduced in Soviet Sources , in search of a mysterious Middle Eastern businessman who may be hiring Russian atomic scientists.

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