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The Terminal Spy

by Alan Cowell

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Published by Broadway Books in New York .
Written in English


The Physical Object
FormatElectronic resource
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL24258282M
ISBN 109780767930987
OCLC/WorldCa251469262

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In a narrative that reads like a thriller, an award-winning journalist exposes the troubling truth behind the world's first act of nuclear terrorism. On November 1, , Alexander Litvinenko sipped tea in London's Millennium Hotel. The Terminal Spy is the first time that all of the known information regarding the Litvinenko case has been published in one concise volume. Cowell's credentials for producing the work include covering the story as it broke whilst working in the London bureau of the New York Times.

  Featured Review: ‘The Terminal List’ by Jack Carr A potential new star of the genre emerges in Jack Carr’s debut thriller, which introduces a lethal protagonist in the same vein as other iconic literary heroes such as Mitch Rapp and Scot Harvath. “Thank God for The Real Book Spy, without him the thriller world would be in total. The Terminal Spy | In a page-turning narrative that reads like a thriller, an award-winning journalist exposes the troubling truth behind the world’s first act of nuclear November 1, , Alexander Litvinenko sipped tea in London’s Millennium Hotel.


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The Terminal Spy By Alan S. Cowell Published by Doubleday $ pps. A Review by Colin J. Edwards A True Story of Espionage, The Terminal Spy book and Murder.

The Terminal Spy is an intrigue with a Russian theme where the unspeakable do horrid things to the unpronounceable/5(21). The Terminal Spy: A True Story of Espionage, Betrayal and Murder. In a page-turning narrative that reads like a thriller, an award-winning journalist exposes the troubling truth behind the world’s first act of nuclear terrorism.

On November 1,Alexander Litvinenko sipped tea in London’s Millennium Hotel/5(47). The Terminal Spy is the story of the life and death of Alexander Litvinenko, a former K.G.B./F.S.B.

agent turned Russian exile. Alan Cowell has closely researched the life of Litvinenko and those who surrounded him in Russia and his home in exile, : Crown Publishing Group. The Terminal Spy is a dissection, in the minutest detail of the evidence pertaining to the calculated murder in broad daylight of Alexander Litvinenko at London on November 1st It is the manner of this murder and why, that makes this volume a page turner par excellence/5(7).

The Terminal Spy: A True Story of Espionage, Betrayal and Murder Audible Audiobook – Unabridged Alan S. Cowell (Author), Simon Vance (Narrator), Books on Tape (Publisher) & 0 more out of 5 stars 7 ratings See all 11 formats and editions Hide other formats and editions/5(7).

The Terminal Spy: A True Story of Espionage, Betrayal and Murder by Alan S. Cowell. In a page-turning narrative that reads like a thriller, an award-winning journalist exposes the troubling truth behind the world’s first act of nuclear terrorism. On November 1,Alexander Litvinenko sipped tea in London’s Millennium Hotel.

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Cowell pages. $ Doubleday. On the afternoon of Nov. 1. “The Terminal Spy” reveals and indeed revels in the case’s byzantine mysteries. Born inLitvinenko joined the K.G.B. as a junior officer in In the s, he interrogated prisoners in.

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BOOK REVIEW 'The Terminal Spy: A True Story of Espionage, Betrayal, and Murder' by Alan S. Cowell A foreign correspondent analyzes the poisoning death of dissident Russian intelligence agent Alexander Litvinenko.

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The Terminal Spy A True Story of Espionage, Betrayal and Murder By: Alan S. Cowell. The Terminal Spy: A True Story of Espionage, Betrayal, and Murder (New York: Doubleday, ) The Terminal Spy deals with untraceable assassinations, a terrible tradition in the Russian Federation that comes from the Soviet ination is something Whittaker Chambers (among many defecting communists) feared.

In today’s Russia, it has arisen to international .The book’s only notable flaw results from Cowell’s need to share almost all of his admittedly impressive research—the narrative occasionally drags and goes off on tangents.

In general, though, the text flows nicely through every twist and turn of the real-life plot, and the .'The Terminal Spy: A True Story of Espionage, Betrayal, and Murder' by Alan S. Cowell A foreign correspondent analyzes the poisoning death of dissident Russian intelligence agent Alexander Litvinenko.