Furst, Alan Authors Espionage and War Genres
Charles Taylor, for salon.com, calls Alan Furst, with "his romantic, complex spy novels about prewar Europe," the "heir to John le Carré."
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- Spy Novelist Alan Furst: "I Love the Gray Areas" - CNN.com interview of Alan Furst by Todd Leopold, who says "Alan Furst writes about a black-and-white world."
- Alan Furst Travels Through the Spy-ridden 'Shadows' of Europe - CNN.com - interview, critical biography, and review of "Kingdom of Shadows" by Adam Dunn. Includes a link to an excerpt from "Kingdom of Shadows."
- Alan Furst Talks with Robert Birnbaum 2002 - Birnbaum\\'s second lengthy interview of the espionage novelist authors for IdentityTheory.com, posted December 4, 2002.
- Alan Furst Talks with Robert Birnbaum - Birnbaum\'s first lengthy interview of the espionage novelist for IdentityTheory.com.
- Furst, Alan - Official Web site of historical espionage novelist Alan authors Furst. Brief espionage and war biography, contact information, reviews, book descriptions.
- Review of Alan Furst, "Dark Star" - J. Bradford DeLong\\'s review declares that Alan Furst\\'s furst, alan novel, "Dark Star," "does a better job than furst, alan anything else I have read to catch the furst, alan atmosphere of the days when Josef Stalin seemed furst, alan to be the lesser of two evils."
- Our Man in the Shadows - Charles Taylor, for salon.com, calls Alan Furst, with "his romantic, authors complex spy novels about prewar Europe," the "heir to John authors le Carré."
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