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A Very Private Plot

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Language  English
Subject  Military, spy fiction
Pages  272 pp
Author  William F. Buckley Jr.
ISBN  9780688127954
3.7/5 Goodreads

Series  Blackford Oakes
Publisher  Morrow
Originally published  1994
Preceded by  Tucker's Last Stand
OCLC  28721356
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Followed by  Last Call for Blackford Oakes
Similar  William F Buckley Jr books, Blackford Oakes novels books, Other books

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A Very Private Plot is a 1994 historical spy novel by William F. Buckley, Jr. It is the tenth of 11 novels in the Blackford Oakes series. The novel was well received by The New York Times described the novel a full of "grave whimsy with which Mr. Buckley retraces old conflicts" and "deliver[ing] more than mere routine spy thrills."

Contents

Plot

In early 1995, CIA agent Blackford Oakes is called to testify before the United States Congress regarding a suspected plot to assassinate Mikhail Gorbachev, president of the Soviet Union.

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