Agent 6 Reviews
"Starred Review. Cold War machinations and Russian blunders in Afghanistan can't measure up to Stalin's reign of terror as a backdrop, but this concluding installment still has Leo front and center, and that's plenty to add to another first-class, must-read crime novel." - Booklist
"Starred Review. Most readers will reach the final page with regret and in awe of Smith's uncompromising vision of the realities of a police state and the toll it takes on those caught in its meshes." - Publishers Weekly
"Starred Review. The story is a little long, but it has a nicely creepy and - yes - Orwellian ending that amply repays the occasional detour in getting there." - Kirkus Reviews
"Fans of Smith's first two books will avidly seek out the final chapter, though this one stands on its own as well." - Library Journal
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