The Budapest Job
a fast-paced thriller that builds to a dramatic revelation. A young architect arrives in Budapest in 1989 on a project, the year Communism is collapsing. He becomes embroiled in a secret police operation amidst the political turmoil of the times as he tries to track down the person who murdered his father in 1953 during the Stalinist years.
A thrilling and chilling book about how the past is never passed. A fine novel that is all too true to life
Readers who want an intelligent suspense novel full of chills and spills but with an underlying serious message will find The Budapest Job a gripping read.
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- Thriller set in Budapest
Alice Spigelman was born in Hungary and moved to Sydney as a child. She has written plays about psychoanalysis, Virginia Woolf, Miles Franklin and about the burden carried by the children of Holocaust survivors titled A Kind of Reunion.