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Death In Siberia

Alex Dryden

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Fiction, Modern & contemporary fiction (post c 1945), Thriller / suspense, Espionage & spy thriller

A gripping and topical espionage thriller in the vein of John le Carre and Robert Harris.

The Cold War is dead but Russia's ambitions continue to rage...

The Kremlin is holding its leading nuclear physicist prisoner at a military facility above the Arctic Circle. The reason Professor Kryuchkov's ground-breaking discovery could save the world... and destroy Russia's economy.

Former KGB agent Anna Resnikov is sent from America to confirm or deny rumours of Kryuchkov's breakthrough. But the physicist has already taken action. And when police detective Alexei Petrov discovers the formula hidden on a corpse, he is desperate to decipher its meaning.

Following Anna Resnikov to the Arctic city of Norilsk, their linked fates end in a thrilling, terrifying climax in the icy wastes of Russia's northernmost territories...

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Alex Dryden

Alex Dryden is a pseudonym. He worked for many years in intelligence specialising in Russian matters and is now a writer and journalist. When the Berlin Wall came down in 1989, Dryden watched the statues of Lenin fall across the former Soviet Union. Since then he has charted the false dawn of democracy in Russia as the country morphed into the world's most powerful secret state.

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