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The Russian Affair

Narrated by: Adam Sims
Length: 12 hrs and 38 mins
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The gripping new international thriller, racing between the US, Russia, Israel and Australia.  

Russian President Petrov is determined to restore his country’s dominance on the world stage at any price. In order to develop deadlier nuclear weapons, he recruits Ilana Rabinovich, a beautiful but lethal scientist, to infiltrate the Mossad and steal their research. What no one expects is for the Israelis to then assign her an even more dangerous mission of their own: to penetrate the US nuclear facilities in the deserts of Los Alamos.   

If the information falls into the wrong hands the results could be devastating. Especially as in the Hindu Kush, ISIS soldiers are also plotting to acquire nuclear weapons. It’s up to CIA agent Curtis O’Connor to stop them before it’s too late. From Russia’s secret nuclear city of Sarov, across the myriad canals of St Petersburg, to an assault on an ancient castle more impenetrable than Colditz, the chase is on.   

But with a corrupt Russian general, a femme fatale double agent and a very unpredictable US president waiting in the wings, is it only a matter of time until a war begins?

©2018 Adrian d’Hagé (P)2018 Bolinda Publishing Pty Ltd

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  • Aaron
  • 15-09-18

crud

This book is poorly written with childish dialogue from the characters. The narrator doesn't have a consistent flow.

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