A NovelBook - 1993
"All the action one could desire...A tightly organized look back at the cold war and the chilling amorality of two of its leading players--the KGB and the CIA...A deft piece of work." --The New York Times Book Review "SPELLBINDING...Fast-paced and intricate, BROTHERS is full of suspense." --The Indianapolis Star Family tragedy exiles one brother to America and holds one in Russia. Alexander is raised Jewish and becomes a distinguished scholar of Russian studies. Dimitri grows up in a Soviet orphanage, where, trained to be the perfect communist, he strives to become a high-level KGB operative. It is only a matter of time before he draws the brother he never knew, the brother he hates more than anyone on earth, into the dangerous game of espionage. Through the height of the cold war, Dimitri and Alex fight on opposite sides. Their hatred for each other explodes into acts of terrorism, assassination, and betrayal. From Afghanistan to Rome, in Moscow, Paris, Washington, and New York, with boundless will and ruthless determination, the two brothers battle to destroy each other, until a shocking revelation changes their lives forever.... "AN EXCELLENT NOVEL OF EPIC PROPORTION." --Houston Chronicle "A TANTALIZING SETUP...A STUNNING FINALE." --Publishers Weekly
Publisher: New York : Fawcett Columbine, 1993.
Edition: 1st ed.
Branch Call Number: FIC/BAR
Characteristics: 425 p. ; 25 cm.
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