A secret agent's diary written in the days leading up to World War II finds its way to upstate New York in 1988 in this compelling new spy novel by David Downing.
Alan Furst wasn't always a best-selling espionage novelist. He's traveled his way to the top, starting with three novels he'd rather not talk about and a cult following for his now acclaimed WWII series. Here's some insight on his literary journey, and also his newest novel, published this summer.
Seven books I'll be reading on my patio these first weeks of summer.