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I just finished another Kamil Pasha book. This latest involved a subplot dealing with Armenian socialists and Turkish secret police, and was a little easier to follow, although the sub – subplot involving the girlfriend of the Armenian socialist leader and a plot against Kamil’s brother-in-law got a little tedious. Still, it was a decent read, and if the end of the book started looking a lot like the last few chapters of C.S. Forester's Flying Colors, well, that's not a bad thing.
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