The Moscow Tape by John Nicholas Datesh

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Lawyer Christopher Dunney had his big break at the firm. He was on his way to Cold War Moscow to negotiate a contract for the 1980 Moscow Olympics Games. Russian dissidents or their precious human rights meant nothing to Dunney

Until he became involved with Elizaveta, a beautiful activist at the top of the KGB’s Most Wanted List. At Elizaveta’s instigation, Dunney came into possession of an explosive piece of evidence that would derail Moscow’s historic show trial. The KGB would stop at nothing to get it.

Dunney was nobody’s hero, but there he was, thinking about risking his career, his freedom and, yes, his life for...

Being played pissed Christoper off. That was his second biggest weakness.

Damn it. Time to run.

About John Nicholas Datesh

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Published August 5, 2008 by Loiseau Development. 224 pages
Genres: Mystery, Thriller & Suspense, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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