ROIKA by David Montross

ROIKA

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KIRKUS REVIEW

Some far fetched, far flung activities trace an attempt to establish an escape and entry route for Russian espionage in the U.S. Adam Lassiter, a double agent, imports Russian Anya to impersonate Elissa, an American Major's daughter, and it is assumed that the Major will not know the difference. He doesn't -- and neither does Adam even after he has fallen in love with Elissa, while Russian Anya's lover is just as confused. The reader may have a somewhat clearer idea- this is all nonsense.

Publisher: Doubleday