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Publisher Comments:

Zoo Station is a beautifully crafted and compelling thriller with a heart-stopping ending as John Russell learns the personal faces of good and evil. An unforgettableread.--Charles Todd, author of the Inspector Ian Rutledge series

Praise for previous books by David Downing:

The author combines his erudition withan excellent political imagination. He writes well, clearly and has a nice wit.--The Sunday Times (London)

An atmospheric thriller . . . furiouspacing.--Booklist

An elegant rapid-fire spy story.--The Virginian-Pilot

Compulsive reading.--The Sunday Telegraph (London)

By 1939, Anglo-American journalist John Russell has spent over a decade inBerlin, where his son lives with his mother. He writes human-interest pieces for British and American papers, avoiding the investigative journalism that could get him deported. But as World War II approaches, he faceshaving to leave his son as well as his girlfriend of several years, a beautiful German starlet.

When an acquaintance from his old communist days approaches him to do some work for the Soviets, Russellis reluctant, but he is unable to resist the offer. He becomes involved in other dangerous activities, helping a Jewish family and a determined young American reporter. When the British and the Nazis notice his involvementwith the Soviets, Russell is dragged into the murky world of warring intelligence services.

David Downing grew up in suburban London and is the author of numerous works of fictionand nonfiction for adults and children, including The Moscow Option, Russian Revolution 1985, and The Red Eagles. He lives with his wife, an American acupuncturist, in Guildford, England.

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Synopsis:

When an American journalist living in 1939 Germany agrees to write articles for the Soviets, he gets dragged into dangerous activities and is sought by warring factions when British and Nazi intelligence discover his actions.

About the Author

David Downing grew up in suburban London. He is the author of numerous works of fiction and nonfiction for both adults and children, including two previous books featuring John Russell, ZOO STATION and SILESIAN STATION. He lives with his wife, an American acupuncturist, in Guildford, England.

Product Details

ISBN:
9781569477915
Publisher:
Soho Press
Subject:
Fiction : Mystery & Detective - General
Author:
Downing, David
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Publication Date:
May 2007
Binding:
eBooks
Language:
English
Pages:
304

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