The Three Stations: An Arkady Renko Novel

Unabridged Audiobook

Written By: Martin Cruz Smith

Narrated By: Ron McLarty

Publisher: Simon & Schuster

Date: August 2010

Duration: 7 hours 15 minutes


Arkady Renko returns in a gripping mystery involving a kidnapped baby with a mysterious teenage mother, a murdered prostitute, police corruption, and as always, the complex, impenetrable landscape of modern-day Moscow.

Investigator Arkady Renko is back on the scene, with a whole new set of problems: his prosecutor keeps him without work, he’s struggling with the onset of middle age, and his friend Victor is arrested for public drunkenness. Zhenya, the fifteen-year-old chess prodigy whom Renko tries to parent, returns to the scene when he witnesses a shocking crime.

As always, Smith’s Three Stations is filled with intriguing, flawed characters and set in Moscow, a city so intricate and three-dimensional it’s practically a character itself.


  • Anonymous

    Gritty and often horrifying, but ultimately very hopeful.

  • Anonymous

    I couldn't finish this book. It was too irremediably depressing. I got about half way, but did not find a single hopeful moment in it.

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