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Who is Alan Furst?
Alan Furst is an American author of historical spy novels. Furst has been called "an heir to the tradition of Eric Ambler and Graham Greene," whom he cites along with Joseph Roth and Arthur Koestler as important influences. Most of his novels since 1988 have been set just prior to or during the Second World War and he is noted for his successful evocations of Eastern Europe peoples and places during the period from 1933 to 1944.
- born on (74 years ago) in New York City
- nationality: United States of America
- profession: Writer, novelist, author
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Magic Words: A Dictionary (2008)
by Craig Conley
Alan Furst, Dark Voyage (2004), referencing the fairy tale of Cinderella 26 Carolyn S. Kortge, The Spirited Walker: Fitness Walking For Clarity, Balance, ...
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Alan Furst with East Meadow Librarians
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