The Tristan Betrayal - Robert Ludlum Reviews
Description:ISBN 0752859064 / Author: Robert Ludlum / Genre: Crime / Thriller
Newest Review: ... is also a minor asset in the USA's secret investigation forces in Europe.Metcalfe is instructed to go as himself to Moscow, ... more
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by - written on 20/11/08 (Very useful, 142 readings)
The Tristan Betrayal Author: Robert ludlum Pages: 521 About the author and the book ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ Robert Ludlum is the author of 23 novels published in 32 languages and 40 countries, and, at one time was the world's best selling author.His novels are a blend of sophisticated plotting and extreme pace.There are more than 210 million copies of his books in print.He is best known for 'The Scarletti Inheritance', The Chancellor manuscript , Osterman Weekend and the Jason Bourne series- 'The Bourne identity, The Bourne Supremacy and 'The Bourne ultimatum' among others. His plots are intricate with twists upon twists, managing ... Read the complete review
by - written on 05/08/08 (Very useful, 69 readings)
The Tristan Betrayal is the first of Ludlum's books to have been fininshed by a ghost writer. Ludlum's shock and upsetting death in 2001 left two completed novels to be published, and this novel as well as a number of others have been published under his name but with the as yet unknown ghostwriter completing them. This particular novel is a welcome break from the usual style of plot, with elements in the present and the past forming to make a great tale. The Plot In 1940, Stephen Metcalfe was a minor US agent, sent to Europe to fins a former lover. With major powers hanging precariously in the balance and with the Nazis at the height of their ... Read the complete review
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