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Wolves Eat Dogs

Average rating
4 out of 5
Based on 88 Ratings and 88 Reviews

Book Description
"Why would anyone jump out a window with a saltshaker?" A good question, especially when the suicide victim is Pasha Ivanov, a Moscow physicist-turned-billionaire businessman--a "New Russian" poster boy, if ever there was one--with several homes, a leggy 20-year-old girlfriend ("the kind [of blonde] who could summon the attention of a breeze"), and every reason to be contented in his middle age. S... More
Book Information
PublisherPocket Books
BindingPaperback (22 editions)
Reading LevelUncategorized
# of Pages352
ISBN-10B000W3U9O2
Publication Date01/03/2006
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About Martin Cruz Smith (Author) : Martin Cruz Smith is a published author of children's books. Some of the published credits of Martin Cruz Smith include Wolves Eat Dogs (Unabridged), Wolves Eat Dogs.
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5/17/2008 Dorman Shindler said:
The first novel I actually read by Martin Cruz Smith was GORKY PARK. I immediately went back and read any earlier novels I could lay my hands on, and then continued to read successive novels, including the sadly under-valued (by average readers) STALLION GATE, ROSE and DECEMBER 6 (his stand-alone n... more

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