Furst, Alan

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Under Occupation

This is not the master spy novelist at his finest, which may disappoint his many fans. While die-hard devotees will probably want to read it, newcomers should start with his earlier works. [See Prepub Alert, 4/28/19.]


A Hero of France

Furst (Mission to Paris) is recognized among the greatest contemporary spy novelists, and his newest does not disappoint. While lacking the tight, cohesive plotting of his strongest works, this title retains the trademarks that bring fans back: realistic characters, meticulous historical knowledge, and superb storytelling. [See Prepub Alert, 12/14/15.]

The Spies of Warsaw

Perennial best seller Furst writes some of the best historical fiction now being published, adding a touch of romance to the seedy world of espionage...

Midnight in Europe

Despite an intriguing and several escapades fraught with danger, there is little here of the suspense one expects from a spy thriller, leaving the reader a bit underwhelmed. Strictly for Furst fans.

Mission to Paris

Hollywood star Frederic Stahl, in Paris to make a film, finds himself contending with French fascists and the Nazi threat on the horizon even as the spy underground courts him assiduously...

Spies of the Balkans


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