Robert Ludlum's The Moscow Vector (Covert-One Series #6)

Robert Ludlum's The Moscow Vector (Covert-One Series #6)

by Robert Ludlum, Patrick Larkin

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Overview

A ruthless financier has developed a DNA targeted bioweapon which targets only a specific individual—and using it has slowly brought a series of world leaders under his control.

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9780752868950
Publisher: Orion Publishing Group, Limited
Publication date: 11/09/2007
Series: Covert-One Series , #6
Pages: 407
Product dimensions: 6.00(w) x 1.25(h) x 9.00(d)

About the Author

Robert Ludlum was the author of 25 thriller novels, including The Bourne Identity, The Bourne Supremacy and The Bourne Ultimatum—the books on which the international hit movies were based—and The Sigma Protocol. He was also the creator of the Covert-One series. Born in New York City, Ludlum received a B.A. from Wesleyan University, and before becoming an author, he was a United States Marine, a theater actor and producer.

Patrick Larkin is the author of The Tribune, as well as the co-author of five best-selling thrillers with Larry Bond, including Red Phoenix and The Enemy Within. A graduate of the University of Chicago, he lives in northern California with his wife and two children.

Date of Birth:

May 25, 1927

Date of Death:

March 12, 2001

Place of Death:

Naples, Florida

Education:

B.A., Wesleyan University, 1951

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Robert Ludlum's The Moscow Vector (Covert-One Series #6) 4.1 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 34 reviews.
Guest More than 1 year ago
Moscow Vector is continues the Covert One series by Robert Ludlum, but this books was actually written by Peter Larkin after Ludlum's death. The plot focuses on germ warfare, with Lt Col. Jon Smith under deep cover in Eastern Europe and Russia. There's a lot of political intrigue too, with a revived Russian Empire 'shades of Putin' planning to annex former Soviet Bloc nations. The character development was OK, but a little over the top at times. I did enjoy reading it though, and look forward to reading more books in this series.
Guest More than 1 year ago
wow this book is a step up from the Lazurus Vendetta!! Patrick Larkin did an excellent job. you could have sworn mr. ludlum himself wrote it. i enjoyed it very much. i started out quick and never stopped. i counldn't put the book down!
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ZoharLaor on LibraryThing More than 1 year ago
Having read all of Ludlum's books, this was the first "inspired by" novel that I read. The novel starts slowly, and keeps on going a bit faster, and ends very fast paced. I liked the book and it does keep with the Ludlum spirit. From some reason it simply took me a very long time to read.If you enjoy Ludlum's novels you will enjoy this one also, albeit maybe not each and every word.
PointedPundit on LibraryThing More than 1 year ago
Don¿t bother; it is not worth the TimeAt first, the deaths thought to be insignificant. Then a pattern is recognized. Someone is killing the top Russian specialists in every Western intelligence agency--England¿s MI6, Germany's BND, France's DGSE and our CIA.A special virus, Hydra constructed directly with the intended victim's DNA, is the cause. Throw in a few disgruntled Soviet dinosaurs who want to return Russia to its Communist glory days and you have the foundation for a clichéd, predictable tale. I finished it, but found myself wishing I had left this book on the library shelf.
johnwillie More than 1 year ago
Very supenseful
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MitchRapp36 More than 1 year ago
I have become a Robert Ludlum fan over the last few months and have been reading the Covert One series and thoroughly enjoy them. If you like a good thriller, this one is for you.
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