On 27th October, Books on the Underground spread 50 copies of Moskva by Jack Grimwood on the London underground.
— Books Underground (@BooksUndergrnd) October 27, 2016
January, 1986. A week after disgraced Intelligence Officer Tom Fox is stationed to Moscow the British Ambassador’s fifteen-year-old daughter goes missing. Fox is ordered to find her, and fast. But the last thing the Soviets want is a foreign agent snooping about on their turf. Not when a killer they can’t even acknowledge let alone catch is preparing to kill again . . . A Cold War thriller haunted by an evil legacy from the Second World War, Moskva is a journey into the dark heart of another time and place.
Who found Moskva on the London Underground?
— Kasia #TT (@sugoimomoring) October 27, 2016
— Nigel Praities (@nigelpraities) October 27, 2016
— Irene Shelley (@IreneShelley) October 28, 2016
About Jack Grimwood
Jack Grimwood, a.k.a Jon Courtenay Grimwood, was born in Malta and christened in the upturned bell of a ship. He grew up in the Far East, Britain and Scandinavia. Apart from novels, he writes for national newspapers including The Times, Telegraph, Independent and Guardian. Jon is two-time winner of the BSFA Award for Best Novel, first with Felaheen, and then End of the World Blues. His literary novel, The Last Banquet, published under the name Jonathan Grimwood, was shortlisted for Le Prix Montesquieu 2015. His work has been translated into fifteen languages. He is married to the journalist and novelist Sam Baker. Moskva is his first thriller.
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