Mission to Paris

Mission to Paris

Downloadable Audiobook - 2012
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With numerous New York Times bestsellers to his credit, Alan Furst has become one of the preeminent spy novelists of his time. Transporting listeners to pre-war Europe in the late 1930s, Mission to Paris is populated by Furst's richest cast of characters yet. Arriving in France to work on a film, Hollywood star Fredric Stahl soon joins an informal spy ring working to thwart the Nazis' growing influence.''If you are a John le CarrE fan, [Mission to Paris] is definitely a novel for you.''- James Patterson
Publisher: [S.I.] : HighBridge, a division of Recorded Books, 2012.
ISBN: 9781470321642
Branch Call Number: eAUDIO OVERDRI
Additional Contributors: Gerroll, Daniel
OverDrive, Inc


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JCLJoshN Apr 14, 2018

My first Furst novel and I liked it quite a bit. A good mix of "shades of grey, tedious low-level espionage" and "tense thriller about characters with high ideals." And you can't go wrong with "Nazis are evil." My only quibble is that the audiobook reader is very good except for his American accents, which make Martin Freeman sound like Daniel Day Lewis.


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