[Reading] ➾ Gorky Park By Martin Cruz Smith – Uroturk.info

Gorky Park A Triple Murder In A Moscow Amusement Center Three Corpses Found Frozen In The Snow, Faces And Fingers Missing Chief Homicide Investigator Arkady Renko Is Brilliant, Sensitive, Honest, And Cynical About Everything Except His Profession To Identify The Victims And Uncover The Truth, He Must Battle The KGB, FBI, And New York Police As He Performs The Impossible And Tries To Stay Alive Doing It

10 thoughts on “Gorky Park

  1. says:

    Between watching the 80s era Soviet spies in FX s The Americans, and tensions running high over Russian activity in the Ukraine, it almost seems like Cold War never ended In fact, because of a European consulting firm being brought into my workplace, I m seeing Russians all over my building Hopefully things don t hit the point where I have to t

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    There are not many road signs in Russia, you know He laughed If you don t know where the road goes, you shouldn t be on it Arkady RenkoWhen Gorky Park was first published in 1981, it was immediately banned in the then Soviet Union because of its apt depiction of everyday Soviet life Though I ve never been to Russia my only immersion into the culture was the y

  3. says:

    There s this concept in fantasy writing, world building Sci fi too It s pretty self explanatory because these books are not taking place in our universe, it s up to the author to give us all the details to paint the picture, provide shading in just the right places, ensure we can tell what we are supposed to be looking at Economics, politics, interpersonal relations,

  4. says:

    A mesmerizing police procedural murder mystery that also explores Soviet Russia and the dichotomy between east and west.Set in the late 70s the book was first published in 1981 this is the SOVIET UNION, Leonid freaking Brezhnev, and still some old pre revolution folks running around Moscow.Chief Inspector Arkady Renko is tasked with solving the murders of three people found

  5. says:

    I read this back in 1983 and watched the movie when it came out too It was an interesting Cold War novel that should Russians as people, and also reinforced the fear of the KGB America ns did not come out perfectly clean either The book added some grey in the black and white bipolar world I enjoyed the revisit and the reminder of how much the world has changed and yet still remains

  6. says:

    Martin Cruz Smith s Gorky Park 1981 is the first book in series set in the Soviet Union and featuring Arkady Renko, a homicide investigator for the Moscow city police It is an unusual work, for it gives the reader a unique glimpse into the difficulties facing a detective who is forced to operate in a police state For example and this makes for a noteworthy variation on the typical

  7. says:

    A little bit of actual research would ve been nice I am very forgiving when it comes to getting things wrong about USSR after all, not everyone lived there and not everyone knows the culture I was able to forgive the misuse of names and the word comrade I was able to forgive the fact the the author seems to think that Moscow is located at the north pole Factories suing each other though come on Who

  8. says:

    Well Sigh I m deciding what to write Ok Truth.I m disappointed with Gorky Park , book one in the Soviet Union s Inspector Arkady Renko series Oh, it s a fine inventive entertainment for a mystery, with a lot of twists and near death escapes, tons of corrupt cops and officials, and so many betrayals and hidden motives I am amazed the body count wasn t higher considering the undrained swamps that Renko wades

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    This novel was originally published in 1981 Almost 36 years ago I believe that I attempted to read the book once before, perhaps shortly after it s publication, but did not finish I wish I had read it then Reading it today I find it is dated The author demonstrated talent in describing scenes in the story whether it is in Moscow, a Russian dacha, or a dingy New York hotel room you could visualize it and feel as th

  10. says:

    Martin Cruz Smith s novels featuring Chief Investigator Arkady Renko have long been favourites of mine As there hasn t been a new Renko book since Tatiana in 2013 I thought I d return for the fourth time to the beginning Yet again I m still thrilled by the excellent plotting, the well drawn characters the author s ability to create a fascinating portrait of Russia.Gorky Park is not only one of my favourite novels it is al

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