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Max Karpov

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MAX KARPOV is the author of THE CHILDREN'S GAME, the Amazon best-selling thriller about Russian cyber warfare, fake news, and modern espionage. The novel features former CIA officer Christopher Niles.

THE CHILDREN'S GAME "...captures perfectly the mentality of Vladimir Putin's Russia ... And on top of that, the book is near impossible to put down. A must-read." - Former Acting CIA Director Michael Morell

Karpov is a journalist and novelist who has written for The Washington Post, The Miami Herald and elsewhere.

Average rating: 4.25 · 276 ratings · 36 reviews · 3 distinct worksSimilar authors
The Children's Game

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"Mary promises her mother on her death bed that she will go stay with her Aunt Patience after she is gone. When Mary heads out to Jamaica Inn, where her aunt and uncle reside, several try and talk her out of going there. She refuses to listen to them," Read more of this review »
Max Karpov and 9 other people liked Linda Zagon's review of Somebody's Daughter:
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"MY REVIEW OF “SOMEBODY’S DAUGHTER” BY David Bell Berkley July 2018



Kudos to David Bell, Author of “Somebody’s Daughter”for such an intense, captivating, enthralling, riveting, suspenseful and intriguing novel. Did you ever wonder who would ring your " Read more of this review »
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“Russia gains by August 13, the US loses; they were the same story, two ends of a seesaw. A new, more effective means of warfare. Instead of taking lives and destroying property, which was the old way, you won by simply changing what people thought about the United States.”
Max Karpov, The Children's Game

“All it takes is a catalyst. A match to light a fuse and the United States will go up in flames, much as the Soviet Union did in 1991. The US is just as vulnerable,”
Max Karpov, The Children's Game

“The big war that is coming will not involve nuclear weapons. It will be a game that is played in rooms that most people never see.”
Max Karpov, The Children's Game

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From desert to ice 1 3 May 14, 2018 02:12AM  
“The big war that is coming will not involve nuclear weapons. It will be a game that is played in rooms that most people never see.”
Max Karpov, The Children's Game

“Wherever God has planted you, you must know how to flower - translated from a French saying”
Alan Furst, The Spies of Warsaw

“People demand freedom of speech as a compensation for the freedom of thought which they seldom use.”
Søren Kierkegaard




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