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By Noel Behn | Comments: ( 625 ) | Date: ( Jan 29, 2020 )

about deceit and betrayal about men and women who act courageously from base motives about the use of sex, drugs, violence and cunning as weapons in a special arena of the Cold War, where there are no enemies and no friends only colleagues and competitors.

  • Title: The Kremlin Letter
  • Author: Noel Behn
  • ISBN: 9780552078726
  • Page: 240
  • Format: Hardcover

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Comments The Kremlin Letter

  • Alice

    Continually on crack; occasionally entertaining.

  • John Purvis

    “The Kremlin Letter” eBook was published in 2016 (the paper version was published in 1966) and was written by Noel Behn (enpedia/wiki/Noel_Behn). Mr. Behn published seven novels, this being the first of those. I received a galley of this novel for review through netgalley. I categorize this novel as ‘R’ because it contains scenes of Violence and Mature situations. The story is set mostly in Moscow, Russia during the cold war. The main character is US Navy Lieutenant Commander Charles Ron [...]

  • Bill

    Double and triple crossingI first read this book when it was first published and enjoyed it as one of the many spy novels I was reading at the time. Le Carre, Deighton, Fleming - all English- and here was a book by an American full of tradecraft and a different argot. What I didn't appreciate at the time in any of these books was the cynicism and ambivalence toward the practice of espionage. Now I realize that none are as cynical and downbeat as this film. I liked the book, but I will admit it's [...]

  • Bent Hansen

    An entertaining cold war spy thriller written in 1966, but still very readable 50 years later, although much have changed in e.g. the technological field - but it is amazing how rarely one notices this while reading the book.The story is well plotted, but loses its pace several times throughout the book. Especially the thorough preparations for the mission in the Soviet Union is well thought out. Compared to Tom Rob Smith's brilliant Child 44, however, the story lacks much of the paranoia that c [...]

  • Jeff

    One of the best espionage novels ever written, and faithfully captured in the motion picture of the same name

  • Lesley

    Behn wrote a fantastic spy novel in "The Kremlin Letter." I became acquainted with the story when I saw the movie while in high school (1970). I ran accross the book 10 years later and it is even better--but it was one of those rare movie/book combos that are closely matched such as the original "Manchurian Candidate" and "Night of the Generals." I recommend it highly. The ending is exquisite.

  • Karen

    Characterizations were lacking and disjointed plot exposition left me with a "couldn't care less" mindset. This novel skated very close to my Awful & Abandoned booklist. One star. But the ending was good enough to earn it an additional star.

  • Jeff Crosby

    This is a twisted, ambiguous Cold War thriller. It has the immediacy of having been written during the era, but the body count is very high. The style saves the novel from being mediocre, but in the end it was not satisfying either. A mixed bag.

  • Garpu

    This book was everything "The Sandbaggers" wasn't. I don't mean that as a complement, either.

  • Karl Strohmeier

    Good but not great.

  • Geoffrey Feller

    Very good hard-boiled espionage tale.

  • Amy Gennaro

    An excellent cold war thriller. is still epic 50 years after it was written!

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