The Siberian Dilemma, 9


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$27.00  $24.84
Simon & Schuster
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6.6 X 9.5 X 1.0 inches | 1.0 pounds

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About the Author

Martin Cruz Smith's novels include Gorky Park, Stallion Gate, Nightwing, Polar Star, Stalin's Ghost, Rose, December 6, Tatiana, The Girl from Venice, and The Siberian Dilemma. He is a two-time winner of the Hammett Prize, a recipient of the Mystery Writers of America's Grand Master Award and Britain's Golden Dagger Award, and a winner of the Premio Piemonte Giallo Internazionale. He lives in California.


"[A] must for any crime fiction fan interested in the underside of Putin's Russia."

--Publishers Weekly (starred review)
"Everything just feels Russian, as though the author hikes to his hut from the taiga, warms his frozen fingers at the wood stove, pours himself a vodka, and sits down to type. This is vintage Martin Cruz Smith. Fans of Arkady Renko will be pleased."

--Kirkus Reviews
"The master of the international thrillier."

--The New York Times
"A huge inspiration for me."

--Lee Child
"Martin Cruz Smith and Detective Arkady Renko are irresistible."

"Renko is one of the most compelling figures in modern fiction."

--USA Today
"Along with icons like Sherlock Holmes, Philip Marlowe, and Sam Spade, Arkady Renko has become one of the finest fictional detectives to prowl the literary landscape."

--The Denver Post
"What ultimately sets the Renko books apart is the careful writing, and, more important, the knowledge of the human heart."

--Chicago Tirbune
"A continuing adventure that in terms of popular fiction is surely a work of art."

--The Washington Post
"Not merely. . . our best writer of suspense, but one of our best writers, period."

--The New York Times Book Review
"This is Smith at his absolute best: black humor, brown bears, and gray souls."

--Booklist (starred review)
"Smith's lucid prose, surprising imagery and realistic dialogue, as well as his wonderfully quirky characters, all serve his engrossing storytelling. But in the end what linger in your mind are the voices -- of people who never knew they had so much to say and never dreamed their voices mattered."

--Marilyn Stasio, The New York Times Book Review