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Red Square (Arkady Renko Series #3)

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  • Posted March 11, 2009

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    Another fantastic novel by Martin Cruz Smith!!

    To say I loved this book would be such an understatement. Arkady Renko is back as is the love of his life, Irina. How these two find themselves thrust back together is excellent plotting and storytelling. Smith's take on Arkady being a fish out of water in both Munich then Berlin is priceless and the mysteries in the book are complex and layered. Great read!!

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  • Anonymous

    Posted April 13, 2007

    Truly amazing

    The Arkady Renko series is one of the best i've read yet. It's like once your hooked, you cant help but falling in love with Renko and all of Russia that he represents. Honestly, you don't know what you're missing out on.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted June 30, 2006

    Excellent

    I can't make up my mind which is Martin Cruz Smith's, (involving Arkady Renko) best novel: Gorky Park, Red Square, Polar Star or Havana Bay (I have'nt read his latest yet but I am going to look very seriously for it, now that I know it exists). I think that if I was pushed, I nwould say Havana Bay but after reading Red Square for the 3rd time I am not so sure. The way that Mr Smith strings his words together and the way his scenario's fit a certain situation, is absolutely fantastic. I don't think there is a better writer in this genre.

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