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Even before Frederick Stahl arrives in pre-World War II Paris, he knows that he will be watched. This Hollywood actor is, after all, an international star who is making a film in a foreign country, not an everyday occurrence. But not all the people who are watching Stahl are movie buffs; German agents and French fascists pay close, furtive attention to alien influences that might affect their interests. Little do they know at first that Stahl harbors his own secrets: Appalled by recent European developments, he has thrown his lot into a clandestine group of anti-Nazi spies. Once again, Alan Furst demonstrates that he is a spy novelist worthy of comparison to John Le Carré. Now in trade paperback and NOOK Book.