The Eighth Sister by Robert Dugoni

Three Stars

I felt like The Eighth Sister by Robert Dugoni was a bit of a slog. Maybe it’s because I’m not an espionage fan. I have read more than one book about communism this year, and I watched Chernobyl around the time I read this book. I think I was overloaded on oppressive regimes. Maybe there was also too much set-up for the rest of the series. I may try another since I have enjoyed other Dugoni books. But, for now, I’ll move on.

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