By Robert Lindsey. Christopher John Boyce and Andrew Daulton Lee are the titular Falcon and Snowman, as seen in the movie by the same name starring Timothy Hutton and Sean Penn. The book's about 20% too long but Lindsey's prose is right down the fairway for its era: strained at times, but you get a real picture of Cold War anxieties. (And of sought-after blurbers. Does anyone read Ken Follett anymore? But he was king of the thrillers back then.)
An ex-library paperback, with the exception of the extra spine binding this copy is pristine, straight as a string, bright pages. A great pickup.