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Cold War Series

The Betrayal Mosaic

"Chris Adams’ latest work, The Betrayal Mosaic, is another high quality spy story! The exceptional realism of the plot sequences resemble all too clearly many of actual events that occurred during the Cold War period of anxiety. Written with expertise,” according to Lt. General Lincoln D. Faurer, USAF (Ret), former Director of the United States National Security Agency. 


Adams’ exceptional knowledge of Cold War history and the internal operations of the vast Soviet espionage agencies have led to the creation of another captivating story that leaves one spellbound with anticipation of the unexpected.

As with his two previous books in this series, he sets the stage with The Situation, a non-fiction tutorial which provides the reader with the historical background events that took place in the former Soviet Union during the Cold War. The principal character drawn from his previous books, Alexandr “Sasha” Katsanov, the loyal and dedicated Soviet GRU espionage agent, is challenged once again when KGB operatives attempt to kill him, but instead brutally murder his wife, Katiya. Following the botched event, he is sent to the United States as an attaché assigned to the Soviet Embassy to protect him. He quickly discovers that espionage is a two-edged sword──Soviet agents and Americans alike──fall prey to greed and ideological motivations to sell-out their governments. For those of you who have read his previous books, you will once again enjoy a credible adventure story which takes us on a realistic journey into the shadowy realm of the cruel ruthlessness of the Soviet Union's Cold War spy agencies as well as the operational workings of the CIA and FBI.


 THE BETRAYAL MOSAIC: A Cold War Spy Story
245 pages, fiction, $15.95 (soft cover) $25.95 (hard cover), An “Editor’s Choice” award mystery-spy novel about love, betrayal and loyalty, set in the tense period of the Cold War era. The exceptional realism of the plot sequences resemble all too clearly many of actual events that occurred during that period of anxiety. 


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