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The Cossack

Written by KJ Lawrence — Though this debut espionage thriller kicks off with a murder in winter 2014, it’s not the usual intercontinental bloodbath. In fact, in a nice twist, the killer – a Russian hit man named Mikhail Petrov – is having serious second thoughts…
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Death of a Nightingale

Written by Lene Kaaberbøl and Agnete Friis, translated by Elizabeth Dyssegaard — This is the third in the bestselling Nina Borg series by Danish wonder team Kaaberbøl and Friis. Natasha Doroshenko, a Ukrainian national in Denmark, is on the run from the law. But that’s just…
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The Boy From Reactor 4

Written by Orest Stelmach — The Boy From Reactor 4 is Orest Stelmach’s debut novel, having had some success with his short stories in the past. The author is a first generation Ukrainian-American, and he’s put his background plus a good deal of research about…
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The Child Thief

Written by Dan Smith — Leaving behind the tropical locales of his previous works, Dark Horizons and Dry Season, Dan Smith’s third book, The Child Thief, is set in western Ukraine. It’s a harsh winter in the 1930s with communist troops scouting the area for…
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Interview: Dan Smith

Released last month, Dan Smith’s third novel The Child Thief is already garnering rave reviews, and deservedly so. Set in 1930s Ukraine it is beautifully written and so atmospheric you may find yourself checking your toes for frostbite by the time you finish it. Dan…
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