Murder At The Red October

His first mistake was to discover the corpse His second was to tell the KGB Duvakin is a security officer with two desperate problems One is the naked dead American in room 852 The second is Colonel Polkovnikov of the KGB When the KGB asked Duvakin s help, that should have been his warning Dead Russians are one thing Dead Americans quite another Then, tempted byHis first mistake was to discover the corpse His second was to tell the KGB Duvakin is a security officer with two desperate problems One is the naked dead American in room 852 The second is Colonel Polkovnikov of the KGB When the KGB asked Duvakin s help, that should have been his warning Dead Russians are one thing Dead Americans quite another Then, tempted by fortune and lured by power, Duvakin risks betraying his friends, his beloved Tanya, himself, and his country.
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  • Title: Murder At The Red October
  • Author: Anthony Olcott
  • ISBN: 9780553203530
  • Page: 255
  • Format: Paperback
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    About the Author

    Anthony Olcott

    Aka Toni Brill joint pseudonym with wife Martha Brill Olcott Prior to becoming Officer in Residence at ISD, Anthony Olcott was Director of Analytic Assessment and Academic Outreach at the DNI s Open Source Center, in the office of Analytic Development.He also has served as Senior Analyst in the Emerging Media Group, and as an Expert Analyst covering Russia and Central Asia From 1984 until 2000, when he joined the government, Olcott taught at Colgate University, where he was an Associate Professor in the Russian Department An author, editor, and translator, Olcott has published on a wide array of subjects Two of his novels were nominated for prizes, and his study of Russian crime fiction, Russian Pulp, received a professional prize as Best Book of Literary or Cultural Studies in 2003 He has also received numerous awards and citations from the intelligence community Olcott was educated, from BA through PhD, at Stanford University His research explores the challenges which the media explosion presents to anyone message receivers or message senders who must transform data into information, and information into intelligence.

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    • Linda said:
      Sep 23, 2018 - 16:15 PM

      I may have liked it, but I hated the ending enough that I'd probably never pick up another of his books.

    • John said:
      Sep 23, 2018 - 16:15 PM

      I read and completely loved this book shortly after I had read Mayday in Magadan [same author] another cold war murder/espionage thriller.just as many books have been similar to the Da Vinci Code many back in the 80's were similaer to Gorky Park.

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