Alfred Coppel's last novel, Wars and Winters, "is to post-Cold War Germany what Graham Greene's classic The Third Man was to post-World War II Europe," said the Flint Journal. His latest, The Eighth Day of the Week, does the same for a harrowing post-Boris Yeltsin era in Russia when the hardliners are conspiring to move back into total power, and using the United States and its vulnerability as a catspaw.
Used availability for Alfred Coppel's The Eighth Day of the Week
April 1995 : UK Hardback
October 1994 : USA Hardback
May 1996 : USA Mass Market Paperback