Never stop reading. (Content originally posted at Blogger.)
In 1937, Cristián Ferrar is a senior partner for Coudert Frères. He has a comfortable life in Paris, keeps his family in style in a town out in the French country side. He's not married, but has no trouble finding women to spend time with. He's got a reputation as a problem solver so, when an official with the Spanish Republican intelligence service is killed in Madrid, Cristián is summoned to take his place in getting arms and munitions to Spain. Midnight in Europe, by Alan Furst, shows us a year in the life of Cristián Ferrar as he rushes across Europe "seeing what he can do."
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