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by Glenn Meade

Author: Glenn Meade
Subcategory: Genre Fiction
Language: English
Publisher: Hodder & Stoughton; First Edition edition (1995)
Pages: 533 pages
Category: Fiction and Literature
Rating: 4.1
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Only 7 left in stock (more on the way). A best-selling Irish author debuting here, Meade builds on fact and mixes historic figures (Truman, Eisenhower, Allen Dulles) with fictional characters in this nonstop story of Operation Snow Wolf, approved in the Oval Office to avert the nuclear war threatened by the increasingly irrational Soviet leader.

SNOW WOLF GLENN MEADE Synopsis: It is 1953. Joseph Stalin, the world'smost tyrannical dictator, is teetering on the edge of insanity, and about toplunge the world into nuclear chaos. Only one man and one woman can penetratethe Iron Curtain and stop this madman, before it's too late. But someone insidethe Kremlin knows.

Читать бесплатно Snow Wolf Glenn Meade. Synopsis: It is 1953. The Washington Post Book World. The sweep of a historical romance and, the power of a classic heroic quest. San Francisco Chronicle.

But, Glenn Meade did an excellent job of weaving it all together in a fictional novel. Of course, this is a spy novel, covering a dark period of a dark regime. and typical of that genre. My next stop will be Latvia, where I will cruise around the Baltic to learn the history of the people groups that live there.

From Publishers WeeklyIn this big-boned thriller, Meade makes his contribution to the distinguished number of first thrillers premised on the attempted assassination of a world leader (.

In the heart of the Cold War, they sent him to plot the ultimate assassination. From Publishers WeeklyIn this big-boned thriller, Meade makes his contribution to the distinguished number of first thrillers premised on the attempted assassination of a world leader (. Day of the Jackal; The Eagle Has Landed) by imagining a CIA hit man targeting Josef Stalin. The main action, set in 1953, surges within a present-day frame in which Washington Post journalist William Massey tries to discover why his father, Jake, ended up in a Moscow grave more than 40 years ago.

First published in 1997, Glenn Meade’s first internationally bestselling thriller is back and better than ever, as it takes you on a riveting ride into the heart of a Cold War plot to assassinate Joseph Stalin. Operation Snow Wolf is created to eliminate Stalin before it’s too late.

Find sources: "Glenn Meade" – news · newspapers · books · scholar . In the 1980s Meade wrote and directed a number of his own plays for the Strand Theatre in Dublin.

Find sources: "Glenn Meade" – news · newspapers · books · scholar · JSTOR (September 2010) (Learn how and when to remove this template message). Snow Wolf, Resurrection Day, The Second Messiah, The Romanov Conspiracy, The Cairo Code, The Last Witness. Glenn Meade is an Irish author. He was born in Finglas, Dublin in 1958. He originally worked as a pilot trainer for Aer Lingus, before becoming a journalist for The Irish Times and Irish Independent newspapers. In 1994, he released his first novel, Brandenburg, which garnered much critical acclaim.

First published in 1997, Glenn Meade’s first internationally bestselling thriller is back and better than ever, as it takes you . CIA agent Jake Massey is chosen to run the operation and he recruits Alex Slanski-AKA Wolf-to do the deed, along with Anna, who recently escaped from a Soviet gulag, to be his guide. But someone knows their plan, and the KGB have dispatched their own deadly Major Yuri Lukin to hunt down the hunters.

Glenn Meade lives in Dublin. A former journalist, he is now a specialist in the field of pilot training. History tells us that Joseph Stalin died from a cerebrovascular accident in 1953. But what if he had been the target of an American assassin? A best-selling Irish author debuting here, Meade builds on fact and mixes historic figures (Truman, Eisenhower, Allen Dulles) with fictional characters in this nonstop story of Operation Snow Wolf, approved in the Oval Office to avert the nuclear war threatened by the increasingly irrational Soviet leader.

An American journalist arrives in present-day Moscow to investigate his father's suicide in 1953. But his father was involved with a CIA mission so sensitive that both the American and Russians will do anything to keep its details secret. From the author of BRANDENBURG.