“It seemed, at the time, back on the 29th of July 1996, that the newspapers’ black, thick and bold headlines were screaming – you could almost hear the foul cries.
Talkback radio programmes didn’t discuss any other topic but that one and the TV networks – ALL TV networks – were working around the clock, sending their best reporters, trying to outdo each other: crews from around the globe – even from the USSR – assembled in Beijing, China’s capital, and in Seoul, the capital of South Korea. Switzerland was in shock – after all, the Schmidt family members were Swiss citizens and held Swiss passports…”
This is how Uri J Palti begins his amazing novel – a delicate love story well-spiced with ingenious and unbelievable spying.
From the first chapter to the last, you won’t be able to put Dream Is Another Word for Hope down, eager to find out how the story develops and how it ends…