This is a cleverly plotted book but unfortunately I didn't enjoy it. I found the writing opaque and a bit convoluted so I never felt that I got to know any of the characters. Read morePublished on 2 May 2013 by Elaine Tomasso
This does a very good job in capturing the flavour of Crime and Punishment.
It did seem authentically Russian and of its time. Read more
It is December 1866, and two bodies have been discovered in St Petersburg's Petrovsky Park. It looks as though a dwarf has been killed with an axe and stuffed in a suitcase, and... Read morePublished on 1 Oct. 2011 by Virginia Rounding
I thoroughly enjoyed this novel...both the setting and a story well told. I'm looking for further work by this author.Published on 29 Oct. 2010 by Ruth Wynne
I met Roger Morris only because of the Russo-British current crisis. It is this tension between UK and Russia that prevented my Chekhov project from going ahead due to directors... Read morePublished on 4 Feb. 2008 by Victoria
This book will grab your attention on the first page and not let you go, even after you are done.
This is first class storytelling from a man who deserves to take his place as... Read more