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The Charm School

The Charm School

WITH NEARLY 50 MILLION BOOKS SOLD WORLDWIDE, NELSON DEMILLE IS “A TRUE MASTER.” – DAN BROWN

#1 New York Times bestselling author Nelson DeMille’s chilling, relentlessly suspenseful story of Cold War espionage in the vein of the hit FX show The Americans.

On a dark road deep inside the Russian woods at Borodino, a young American tourist picks up an unusual passenger with an explosive secret: an U.S. POW on the run from “The Charm School,” a sinister operation where American POWs teach young KBG agents how to be model U.S. citizens. Their goal? To infiltrate the United States undetected. With this horrifying conspiracy revealed, the CIA sets an investigation in motion, and three Americans–an Air Force officer, an embassy liaison, a CIA chief–pit themselves against the country’s enemies in a high-powered game of international intrigue.
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Genre: Mystery & Thriller / Fiction / Thrillers / Espionage

On Sale: April 1st 2001

Price: $7.99

Page Count: 816

ISBN-13: 9780759522619

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Praise

"A marvelous contemporary writer with something to say, something as rare as it is rewarding."—New York Daily News
"A master at keeping the reader hanging on to see what happens next."
The Associated Press
"A master of the unexpected...an accomplished and incredibly versatile storyteller."—Cleveland Plain Dealer
"Highly engaging super-suspense."
-Kirkus Reviews
"No one will stop reading or even pause for the last 100 pages."
-Boston Herald
"A harrowing journey to the heart of totalitarian darkness."
-Washington Post Book World