Book Reviews of Family Trade

Family Trade
Family Trade
Author: James Carroll
ISBN-13: 9780451123251
ISBN-10: 0451123255
Publication Date: 6/7/1983
Pages: 400
Rating:
  • Currently 3.8/5 Stars.
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3.8 stars, based on 5 ratings
Publisher: New Amer Library
Book Type: Paperback
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Helpful Score: 2
Spanning from London and Berlin 1945 through Washington DC in 1960 to Berlin in 1980, Carroll has written a good Cold War intrigue tale spiced with the complicated family dynamics that being the son of a CIA officer might bring. Something that Carroll is familiar with as he is the son of a US intelligence officer himself.
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A hell of a story! A man of honor, and a woman of passion in a labyrinth of love, loyalty and lies.
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400 pages. The front cover states: "A man of honor and a woman of passion in a labyrinth of love, loyalty and lies. Jake McKay, growing up in the shadow of his distinguished CIA father, stumbled on a secret that threatened his love and respect for the man he had always revered. Magda Dettke's seductive beauty was both her power and peril, and she lived a lie that, if revealed, would mean something far grimmer than disgrace. One would do aything to discover the truth. The other, anything to mask it."