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Quiller Meridian (Quiller #17)

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In Quiller's latest mission, operation Meridian takes him into the espionage trenches of the deadly post-Cold War era. From the chaos of Eastern Europe to the brutality of Siberia, Quiller's far-reaching assignment exposes the very real dangers of life even in the New World Order. A vivid account of the power game in a Russia torn by civil war, Quiller Meridian deftly mirr...more
Mass Market Paperback, 289 pages
Published May 28th 1994 by Avon Books (first published 1993)
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Larry
Quiller, a seasoned operative (this is his 17th adventure) takes over an operation from a murdered agent. The operation, its ends being unclear but clearly lethal, takes him on board the Moscow to Vladivostok express train, together with a missing agent, a group of former Soviet hardline generals and their thugs, and at least one possible rogue element. Quiller notes that agents (shadow executives, as his service calls them) hate trains because of their claustrophobic environments. The trip is f...more
Ruth
"Published in 1993, this is the 17th in the Quiller series. Now set in the post Cold war era, there are still missions for Quiller to undertake. An expressive account of the power game in a Russia split by civil war, Quiller Meridian skillfully mirrors the grim realities in the aftermath of the Cold War. Quiller is a British secret agent extraordinaire - a man of action but not much character. Like any good agent, Quiller has moved with the times. Written in the first person, he is highly skille...more
Jeff
There’s something about the first person narrative that can really make a spy novel come alive. I think it’s the fact that you are stuck inside the spy’s head with all the paranoia that being alone and undercover would require. There was no writer better at this than Adam Hall in his Quiller novels.

His spy, codenamed Quiller, worked for a secret government organization that reported directly to the Prime Minister. Quiller’s refusal to carry a gun, he claimed it made you weak, and need to work wi...more
Steve
A light, but intensely-paced spy thriller very much in the formula of the other Quiller sagas. Once you have a winning recipe, I guess.... Set in post cold war Siberia, Quiller succeeds in saving the world again.
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It sometimes amazes me that there are plot twists that I find surprising. Surprising is not strong enough a word. I'm going to have to go with mindblowing.
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Author also wrote as Elleston Trevor.

Author Trevor Dudley-Smith was born in Kent, England on February 17, 1920. He attended Yardley Court Preparatory School and Sevenoaks School. During World War II, he served in the Royal Air Force as a flight engineer. After the war, he started writing full-time. He lived in Spain and France before moving to the United States and settling in Phoenix, Arizona. In...more
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