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Three stations (Arkady Renko novel 7.)

by Smith, Martin Cruz, 1942-

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Arkady Renko returns in a new mystery about crime and corruption in the cold, dark, impenetrable landscape of modern day Moscow. Though he has been technically suspened from the prosecutor's office again, he needs to solve a last case: the death of a young woman who's body is found on the perimeter... Full description

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Summary: Arkady Renko returns in a new mystery about crime and corruption in the cold, dark, impenetrable landscape of modern day Moscow. Though he has been technically suspened from the prosecutor's office again, he needs to solve a last case: the death of a young woman who's body is found on the perimeter of Moscow's rail hub. It looks like a simple drug overdose to everyone, except Renko, who turns up some inexplicable clues, like an invitation to Russia's permier charity ball, the Nijinsky Fair. His investigation becomes inverwoven with Moscow's rich and famous and threatens the woman his is coming to love and the lives of the children he is desperate to protect.
Item Description: Unabridged.
Compact disc.
"An Arkady Renko novel."
Physical Description: 6 sound discs (ca. 7 hr.) : digital ; 4 3/4 in.
ISBN: 0743596897
9780743596893
Author Notes: Martin Cruz Smith is a writer of suspense novels. He was born in Reading, Pennsylvania, on November 3, 1942 but grew up in New Mexico and the Philadelphia area. Smith earned a B.A. from the University of Pennsylvania.

Smith worked for local television stations, newspapers, and the Associated Press. His early work was published under the names Simon Quinn, Jake Logan, and Martin Smith. Smith is best known for a series of suspense/thrillers featuring Investigator Arkady Renko. The first of these books, Gorky Park, was published in 1981 and adapted as a film starring William Hurt and Lee Marvin two years later. An earlier film of his work, Nightwing, directed by Arthur Hiller, was released in 1979. Smith is a member of the Authors League of America and the Authors Guild.

In 2013 his title Tatiana made The New York Times Best Seller List. The Girl from Venice also became a bestseller.

(Bowker Author Biography)

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