Read by Stephen Lang
Russia - 1999: Frederick Forsyth, author of 'The Day of the Jackal', introduces us to a country wracked with famine and inflation, crime and corruption where the rich get richer and the poor get poorer. Millions are unemployed while the government bureaucrats moonlight for the Russian Mafia and the President is utterly powerless.
Igor Komarov presents himself as the saviour for the lost continent, the one man who can make a difference to the lives of his countrymen. To the Russians this is music to their ears - but when a document from Komarov's headquarters arrives in Washington and London, it sends a chill to those who remember another man who promised prosperity and hope for his country. Can a former CIA agent stop Komarov before it's too late? Will this be the beginning of the Fourth Reich?
- Publication Date:
- 17 / 01 / 1997
- 99 x 129mm