Moscow Twilight by William E. Holland

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A gang of thugs bursts into an after hours Moscow cafe and leaves a foreigner dead- stabbed to the heart. Sent to investigate what looks like an organized crime protection racket, Chanturia discovers that the foreigner was the CIA station chief at the US Embassy. This novel shapes an intimate portrait of the Soviet Union.

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Published January 1, 1992 by Pocket Books.
Genres: Mystery, Thriller & Suspense, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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There is a flurry of activity, and within weeks there are arrests, but neither Martin nor Sergo Chanturia, Martin's opposite number from the KGB, believes that the men who have gone to jail are the real culprits.

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The CIA man's best friend in the U.S. Embassy, cultural attache Ben Martin, a college professor who will soon return to academia, also looks into the death, ruffling the feathers of the new CIA station chief.

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