This is Forsythe's most successful book about the Cold War. His research into the inner workings of the Soviet goverment was so astonishingly detailed and accurate that he came under the attention of the CIA! This book included several of the most intriguing and fully developed characters that Forsythe ever created. A terrific read which was regrettably made into a movie that managed to leave out all of the romance and subtlety of the book and dull the edges of the story. Forget about the film, read the book!
Frederick Forsyth writes a mean suspense novel, and "The Fourth Protocol" is no exception. The action unfolds in cinematic sequence. The writing is spare and deft.
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