Black Knight in Red Square

Black Knight in Red Square

Book - 1992
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The Moscow Film Festival may lack Cannes' boats, bikinis, and gentle breezes, but it has nevertheless attracted scores of international actors, directors, and deal-makers. For some, the festival represents Moscow's re-emergence as a world-class city. But for a gang of zealots headed by a beautiful brunette, the festival represents a target, and they have been attacking the film people with frightening efficiency. Desperate to avoid embarrassment, the Kremlin is trying to cover up the killings. And desperate to stop the killers, the KGB has put Inspector Rostnikov on the case. With his Jewish wife and his suspect taste for American crime novels, Rostnikov is hardly the KGB's favorite cop. But he's their best hope to catch the woman with brown hair, complicated motives, and a really big bomb. Plenty of suspense of the best sort - moving and admirable - Washington Post Edgar-winning series The Ed McBain of Mother Russia
Publisher: New York, N.Y. : Armchair Detective Library, 1992, c1983.
ISBN: 9781562870362
156287036X
9781562870355
1562870351
9781562870348
1562870343
Branch Call Number: X
Characteristics: v, 212 p. ; 23 cm.

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