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The hope is that when Jenkins arrives in Russia and starts to ask questions, the elusive agent known as the Eighth Sister will make her presence known.The initial routine assignment soon turns deadly when Jenkins stumbles upon a buried secret, and with that comes the wrath of a Russian intelligence officer. He wants Jenkins eliminated and, like Javert in "Les Miserables," will not give up under any circumstances. Robert Dugoni has crafted a thriller with "The Eighth Sister" that echoes the best of classic Russian literature with a hint of John LeCarre added to the mix.
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