Red Wheels Turning

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Red Wheels Turning tells the story of British Secret Service agent Brian Finch-Malloy in Tsarist Russia, as he works to prevent the Russian secret war-winning weapons from falling into the hands of the Bolshevik henchman, Kolinski, who makes his way across Europe, leaving a trail of blood and corpses behind him.

From the author of the acclaimed alternate history novel, Beneath Gray Skies. More

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Published by j-views
Words: 68,030
Language: English
ISBN: 9784990516550
About Hugh Ashton

Born in UK 1956. Moved to Japan Showa 63 (1988), and still live in Kamakura, a little south of Tokyo.

Self-employed as writer, editor and journalist.

Beneath Gray Skies is my first published novel.

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Review by: Quentin Stewart on June 18, 2012 :
This is my introduction to Mr. Ashton's work. It is a fascinating story of war machines for World War I, differences in social classes in Britain and Russia at the time, and the onset of Lenin's grab for power. The Russians are building huge war machines to combat the Germans and the revolution that the aristocracy feel will be coming soon. The British send a young officer to investigate the war machines and their feasibility. Lenin is also interested in the war machines and sends and operative to investigate for him. Of course the paths of the investigators cross and the story comes to comes to a climax. It is how the protagonists get to their show down that is interesting and keeps the reader
involved in the book.

I found the book to be interesting and a joy to read. It is an adventure story from the past and one that can hold your interests. Also there is also the possibility that the hero will show up again in future books about this era in history. A very good read.
(reviewed long after purchase)

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