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Ken Follett

The Man from St. Petersburg

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The Man from St Petersburg is an unpredictable spy thriller with a gripping narrative. The story is set right before the Second World War and around the time that the secret naval talks were supposedly happening between Britain and Russia.

This book is about the arrival of Prince Alexei, Czar Nicholas’ nephew, for bilateral talks at the outbreak of the war and the enigmatic Feliks, an anarchist who seeks to collapse the Anglo – Russian negotiations. The story unfolds as the latter tries to manipulate, blackmail and otherwise gain information on the prince’s hiding place from the aristocratic Waldens, with whom he has mysterious ties in keeping with the realistic conventions of secret history books, the entire affair is seen to be hidden from the public eye forever, with the war going on unchanged. The Man from St Petersburg, by Ken Follet, was published as a paperback by Pan Macmillan in 1998.

Key Features:

  • This book is slated to be part of a British mini series that includes some of the author’s other titles, such as the Key to Rebecca and Lie Down With Lions.

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Ken Follett

Ken Follett is one of the world’s most successful authors. Over 170 million copies of the 36 books he has written have been sold in over 80 countries and in 33 languages. In 1989, Ken’s epic novel about the building of a medieval cathedral, The Pillars of the Earth, was published. It reached number one on best-seller lists everywhere and was turned into a major television series produced by Ridley Scott, which aired in 2010. World Without End, the sequel to The Pillars of the Earth, proved equally popular when it was published in 2007.

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