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August 03, 1984 - Image 36

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1984-08-03

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Israeli MK Michael Bar-
Zohar, under the
pseudonym Michael Hast-
ings, has written a thrilling
novel of espionage and in-
trigue, A Spy in Winter
(Macmillan).
The novel revolves
around the activities of pro-
tagonist Alex Orloff, the
Russian-born, Western-
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There, he attempts to track
down a murderer who is
committed to eliminating
every witness to the secret
mission of the spy ring.
Orloff manages to succeed
at his dangerous task. But
his triumph is rendered
meaningless, since his dis-
closure would destroy the
woman who has become the
focus of his life.
Bar Zohar, who has
authored a number of fic-
tion and non-fiction works,
served the Israeli military
intelligence before his elec-
tion to the Knesset. Among
his previous books is Ben
Gurion: A Biography, which
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