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The memory church : a novel

Author: Tim Sebastian
Publisher: New York : Morrow, 1993.
Edition/Format:   Print book : Fiction : English : 1st edView all editions and formats
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On the day that the Berlin Wall comes down, forty years of secrets, treachery, and scandal begin to crawl into the open. James Martin, a long-term British agent working in East Berlin, suddenly finds himself alone and hunted in a city where all the rules just changed. For in today's Berlin, old scores are settled and old mysteries must be solved, as they have always been, in the deadliest fashion. And Martin must
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Genre/Form: Fiction
Spy stories
Material Type: Fiction
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Tim Sebastian
ISBN: 0688114474 9780688114473
OCLC Number: 26095220
Description: 286 pages ; 25 cm
Responsibility: Tim Sebastian.

Abstract:

On the day that the Berlin Wall comes down, forty years of secrets, treachery, and scandal begin to crawl into the open. James Martin, a long-term British agent working in East Berlin, suddenly finds himself alone and hunted in a city where all the rules just changed. For in today's Berlin, old scores are settled and old mysteries must be solved, as they have always been, in the deadliest fashion. And Martin must locate the woman he once loved if he is to survive the new.

Killing ground and the new traitors. Tim Sebastian was the first BBC correspondent ever expelled from the Soviet Union. The KGB had a file on him under the code name Timosha and branded him a spy. Though he denied the charges, his first three thrillers - The Spy in Question, Spy Shadow, and Savior's Gate - were each an uncanny insider's prediction of the decline and fall of the Soviet Union. In The Memory Church, Sebastian lets us see for the first time the results of.

The disintegration of a modern empire. It is also a thriller without peer in the literature of the new world order.

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