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Three Stations by Martin Cruz Smith

Three Stations finds Moscow detective Arkady Renko in a familiar situation - he's clashing with his boss and investigating crimes others would rather be left alone. While called to investigate a baby's kidnapping on the train depot called Three Stations, he also discovers a dead woman. She looks like a prostitute, but she has in her possession an invitation to a billionaire's charity ball. He faces the usual frustrations and dangers that accompany his investigations of the rich and powerful, and finds assistance from unlikely allies. Arkady's dogged determination to find the truth is always his most important, and potentially dangerous, asset. Martin Cruz Smith's novel has received positive reviews with BookReporter.com saying, "Smith is above all a teller of tales, and Three Stations will satisfy not only those who love the mystery genre but anyone who admires the fine craft of writing."
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by Barbara Bamberger Scott

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by Carolyn See

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