Sleeper Spy by William Safire

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Synopsis

In the wake of an important KGB agent's disappearance, an event of international proportions, journalist Irving Fein teams up with a television anchorwoman and stumbles on the story of a lifetime. 


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About William Safire

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William Safire, Pulitzer Prize–winning political columnist for The New York Times, began writing his “On Language” column in 1979. He is the most widely read commentator on the state of the English language today. He lives near Washington, D.C.
 
Published October 12, 2011 by Random House. 451 pages
Genres: Mystery, Thriller & Suspense, Literature & Fiction, Crime. Fiction

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Veteran American newsman Irving Fein also wants to find the missing man to confirm an exclusive career-renewing story.

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Publishers Weekly

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Like his characters, nearly all of whom practice some form of disinformation, Safire proves himself a master dissembler here, able to conjure plot twists that reveal nerve-racking truths previously hidden through his accomplished authorial sleight-of-hand.

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""Safire proves himself a master dissembler,"" wrote PW of his third spy novel from the Pulitzer-winning word czar.

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Entertainment Weekly

Just as the defeat of Nazi Germany failed to put an end to apocalyptic thrillers about Hitler, so the collapse of the Soviet Union appears unlikely to finish off the Cold War spy novel Sleeper Spy, by William Safire.

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