Wed, Jun 25, 2014 -- 10:00 AM

Alan Furst: 'Midnight in Europe'

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Alan Furst
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Alan Furst

When critics describe the work of author Alan Furst, they often cite a movie: "Casablanca." Furst is a master of the atmospheric spy thriller. His novels are typically set just before or during World War II, often in Paris, and feature dashing protagonists, tense plots and rich historical detail. Furst joins us to talk about his latest novel, "Midnight in Europe."

Host: Michael Krasny


  • Alan Furst, author of "Midnight in Europe" and of other books including "Mission to Paris" and "Spies of the Balkans"

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