The Reykjavik Assignment

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Price
$15.99
Publisher
Harper Paperbacks
Publish Date
Pages
464
Dimensions
5.3 X 7.9 X 1.1 inches | 0.01 pounds
Language
English
Type
Paperback
EAN/UPC
9780062330031

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About the Author

Adam LeBor writes for The Economist, the New York Times, The Times (London), Monocle, Newsweek, and numerous other publications. He is the author of The Geneva Option and The Washington Stratagem, also featuring Yael Azoulay, and The Budapest Protocol. In addition he has written a number of nonfiction books, including Tower of Basel, the first investigative history of the Bank for International Settlements; Hitler's Secret Bankers, short-listed for the Orwell Prize; City of Oranges, short-listed for the Jewish Quarterly Prize; and Complicity with Evil. He lives in Budapest, Hungary.

Reviews

"The most realistic and culturally textured novel I've ever read. LeBor is brave, yet he pulls that courage off with aplomb. Without doubt, this is a thriller masterpiece."--Matthew Dunn, former MI6 operative and author of the Spycatcher novels
"A fascinating geopolitical thriller.... This fast-moving, refreshingly intelligent story is packed with insider knowledge, and brings the world of international politics all too frighteningly to life."--Daily Mail
"Imaginative take on geopolitics.... The action never flags."--Sunday Times (London)
"Jam-packed with narrow escapes, triple and quadruple crosses, changes of identity, and changes of scene.... LeBor acquaints the reader with the dangerous, high-stakes world of contemporary negotiation, and he makes the UN exciting again.... High on action, great on geopolitical intrigue, with an overlay of romance."--Booklist
"Yael Azoulay is more than a match for Ian Fleming's James Bond.... The spy novel reader will enjoy this series set against the backdrop of the geopolitical intrigue of the United Nations."--Iron Mountain Daily News