Red Gold: A Novel

Written by:
Alan Furst
Narrated by:
George Guidall

Unabridged Audiobook

Release Date
March 2010
9 hours 6 minutes
New York Times bestselling author Alan Furst pens evocative and urbane novels of World War II espionage. Focusing on the European theater, Furst writes about ordinary people struggling to cope with the chaos of the world around them.

In the autumn of 1941 as German tanks approach Moscow, Stalin issues a desperate order: all secret operatives behind enemy lines must strike no matter the cost. Into this fray comes Jean Casson—once a wealthy Parisian film producer, now penniless and wanted by the Gestapo.
But when the local police finally catch him, instead of handing him over to the brutal Germans, they direct him to an old military friend and a new job in the service of the newly resurrected French intelligence service.

Featuring the same flawed yet noble protagonist as The World at Night, Furst’s Red Gold exposes the raw humanity of men and women in a dark time.
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Jim B.

Always enjoy Alan Furst, as usual it was very good

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Anne M

Slow pace. Protagonist not anyone the reader can care about-lecherous and definitely a non-hero. Hugely inferior to Furst's Night Voyages.

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