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The Kremlin's Candidate (MP3)
Released the same day as the standard print edition
The Kremlin's Candidate (MP3)
Dominika Egorova & Nathaniel Nash #3
Written by:
Jason Matthews 
Read by:
Jeremy Bobb 
Unabridged MP3 CD Audio Book 
Number of CDs:
17 hours 48 minutes 
MP3 size:
631 MB 
March 08 2018 
Available Date:
March 08 2018 
Age Category:
Fiction; Spy & Espionage 
Bolinda audio 
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AUD$ 49.95
AUD$ 49.95

#1 bestselling author

Is Moscow pulling the strings? Urgent, topical and shot through with insider knowledge, this is thriller writing on a grand scale.

Russian counterintelligence chief Colonel Dominika Egorova has been a recruited asset of the CIA – stealing Kremlin secrets for her handler Nate Nash – for over seven years. In the dazzling finale of the Red Sparrow trilogy, their forbidden and tumultuous love affair continues, mortally dangerous for them both, but irresistible. In Washington, a newly-installed administration is selecting its cabinet members. Dominika hears whispers of a closely-held Kremlin operation to place a mole in a high intelligence position. If the Kremlin's candidate is confirmed, the Russians will have access to all the names of assets spying for the CIA in Moscow, including Dominika's. Dominika recklessly immerses herself in the palace intrigues of the Kremlin, searching for the mole's identity, and stealing as many of President Putin's secrets for her CIA handlers before her time runs out. With a plot ripped from tomorrow's headlines, The Kremlin's Candidate is a riveting listen and a thrilling conclusion to the trilogy that began with Red Sparrow and Palace of Treason.

'A primer in 21st-century spying ... terrifically good.'
New York Times Book Review

'Thrilling, absorbing and brilliantly descriptive ... you won't fail to be won over.'
The Sunday Mirror

'There is much to relish, from its revival of the sexy spy (this time female) to its mischievous portrayal of Putin.'
The Sunday Times