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The Bucharest Legacy
- The Rise of the Oligarchs
- Narrated by: Doug Maybee
- Length: 12 hrs and 27 mins
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CIA agent Bill Hefflin is back in Bucharest—immersed in a cauldron of spies and crooked politicians.
The CIA is rocked to its core when a KGB defector divulges that there is a KGB mole inside the Agency. They learn that the mole’s handler is a KGB agent known as Boris. CIA analyst Bill Hefflin recognizes that name—Boris is the code name of Hefflin’s longtime KGB asset. If the defector is correct, Hefflin realizes Boris must be a triple agent, and his supposed mole has been passing false intel to Hefflin and the CIA. What’s more, this makes Hefflin the prime suspect as the KGB mole inside the Agency.
Hefflin is given a chance to prove his innocence by returning to his city of birth, Bucharest, Romania, to find Boris and track down the identity of the mole. It’s been three years since the bloody revolution, and what he finds is a cauldron of spies, crooked politicians, and a country controlled by the underground and the new oligarchs, all of whom want to find Boris. But Hefflin has a secret that no one else knows—Boris has been dead for over a year.
Perfect for fans of John le Carré and Brad Thor.
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- Anonymous User
Fulfilling follow up: Coincidences galore
I appreciated the many knots left in the first novel coming undone and was entertained throughout. Nice application of Romanian historical facts as a backdrop again. I could have done with a toned down version of the romantic elements. All in all I enjoyed and recommend if you like a very convoluted spy story with some action and facts thrown in throughout.
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