By Alan Furst
“A grasp secret agent novelist.”—The Wall highway Journal
“Page after web page is dazzling.”—James Patterson
NEW YORK TIMES BESTSELLER
Late summer time, 1938. Hollywood movie megastar Fredric Stahl is on his option to Paris to make a film. The Nazis recognize he’s coming—a mystery bureau in the Reich has been waging political war opposed to France, and for his or her reasons, Fredric Stahl is an ideal agent of impact. What they don’t recognize is that Stahl, horrified by way of the Nazi conflict on Jews and intellectuals, has develop into a part of a casual secret agent provider run out of the yankee embassy. Mission to Paris is jam-packed with heart-stopping stress, superbly drawn scenes of romance, and terribly alive characters: overseas assassins; a glamorous Russian actress-turned-spy; and the ladies in Stahl’s lifestyles. on the heart of the radical is town of Paris—its bistros, motels grand and nameless, and the Parisians, residing each evening as if it have been their final. Alan Furst brings to existence either a gloomy time in background and the fervour of the human hearts that fought to outlive it.
Praise for Mission to Paris
“The such a lot gifted espionage novelist of our generation.”—Vince Flynn
“Vividly re-creates the thrill and becoming gloom of town of sunshine in 1938–39 . . . It doesn’t get extra action-packed and grippingly atmospheric than this.”—The Boston Globe
“One of [Furst’s] top . . . this is often the romantic Paris to make a vacationer weep. . . . In Furst’s densely populated books, 1000s of youngster characters—clerks, chauffeurs, infantrymen, whores—all whirl round his heroes in ideal concentration for a web page or , then dot via dot, face via face, they vanish, leaving a heartbreaking experience of the substantial Homeric epic that was once global warfare II and the smallness of virtually each lifestyles that was once stuck up in it.”—The ny occasions booklet Review
“A e-book no reader will placed down until eventually the ultimate web page . . . Critics examine [Alan] Furst to Graham Greene and John le Carré [as] a grasp of old espionage.”—Library Journal (starred review)
“Alan Furst’s writing jogs my memory of a swim in excellent water on an ideal day, fluid and delightful. One wishes the sensation to move on without end, the publication to by no means finish. . . . Furst is likely one of the best secret agent novelists operating today.”—Publishers Weekly
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A protracted, lengthy aircraft experience. On touchdown at Berlin’s Tempelhof Airport, the vacationer used to be met by way of a strength no longer in contrast to a typhoon; a strong and hazardous hurricane – on its tide you'll be swept away right into a darkish sea and not be noticeable back. the main sacred word of the Nazi creed was once Blood and Soil. good, right here was once the soil, the German earth, and earlier than you'll set foot upon such valuable belongings you needed to face its guardians, its border publish. the place the uniforms of the SS have been a coloration of black that appeared to glow within the gentle of the overcast afternoon. Their polished boots glistened, their faces like white stone. The Alsatian shepherds on chain leads – no effete leather-based for us! – have been as watchful as their masters, and the black and crimson swastika flags have been hung as stiffened banners, which the wind used to be forbidden to disturb. Stahl approached the customs officials yet he by no means reached them – Emhof minimize in entrance of him, produced an identification card, then took Stahl’s passport and had it stamped. Wilkinson was once correct: Stahl used to be too vital to look, and overlooked the stares of the officials as he walked prior, his wallet crammed with funds. the auto ready outdoor the terminal was once a black Grosser Mercedes, its chauffeur status at awareness through the rear door. whilst Stahl and Emhof have been settled within the again seat, Emhof barked out their vacation spot and the chauffeur spoke back as if he’d been given an army order. And if Tempelhof Airport were a type of overture, town of Berlin, after they reached its centre, was once the Wagnerian climax. Uniforms far and wide, brown-shirted hurricane soldiers with puttees bloused out above their boots, Wehrmacht officials in box gray, the military in blue, the Luftwaffe in blue-grey, girls in fur coats, males in homburgs and overcoats, and them all, to a better or lesser measure, marched. This kingdom was once already at warfare, even though enemy forces had but to seem, and Stahl may feel a virtually palpable violence that hung above the town like a mist. And even if he was once no longer truly worried, the road exhibit had introduced him to a country of excessive alert. Emhof glanced over at him and acknowledged, ‘Not very similar to Paris, is it? ’ ‘No, by no means. ’ ‘As you'll discover, we're a truly made up our minds humans. ’ Berlin used to be, Stahl concept, a film set, meticulously designed for influence. those that observed this position – viewers, or an viewers observing a newsreel – may perhaps ask yourself what kind of idiot might dare to assault this type of kingdom. A quote approximately Goering that Stahl had learn someplace all of sudden got here to him: ‘He loves conflict as a baby loves Christmas. ’ His suite on the Adlon, the Bismarck Suite – and there he used to be, in a gold body at the wall, heroically painted with heavy white moustache and Pickelhaube spiked helmet – had all of the luxuries and the entire conveniences; for instance a cell in each room. those, Wilkinson had warned him, had microphones that have been consistently alive, sending dialog within the room again to a couple technician donning headphones as he sat in entrance of a console with dials and a cord recording computing device.