Fiction review: Mission to Paris
Few of us probably think of 1930s Hollywood as a spy mill. Fredric Stahl, the suave hero of Alan Furst's new historical spy novel, "Mission to Paris," certainly doesn't fit neatly into our preconceptions of a man ruggedly willing to risk his life for his adopted country.
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#1 Jun 26, 2012
this is terrible dribble from a formerly good author. This book, along with "balkan Spies" are a waste of paper and time. Mr. Furst, I hope you get a hollywood contract from this crap and can stop writing, you are embarassing yourself with this rubbish( YES, i'm mad I bought a hard back and got garbage!).
Since: Sep 11
#2 Jun 26, 2012
Most 1930's films were bad.
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