Turetskii Gambit: [The Turkish gambit: ] ebook
by Boris Akunin
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The Turkish gambit: a novel, Boris Akunin; translated by Andrew Bromfield. p. cm. I. Bromfield, Andrew. Boris Akunin, The Turkish Gambit.
Boris Akunin's Turkish Gambit gives a deep insight into modern Russia, says Andrey Kurkov. Akunin is a master of mystery. A walking encyclopedia and well-known translator from Japanese, he is both cautious and discerning; in other words, the author greatly resembles his main character, Erast Fandorin. The publication of his first work was shrouded in mystery and gave rise to various legends. For one thing, he denied that he had written the novel, saying that he was only the creator of a literary project by the name of "Boris Akunin". The author of the project is one Grigory Chkhartishvili, born in Georgia and brought up in Moscow.
Also by Boris Akunin. Varya had bought wide trousers much like Turkish chalvars, a shirt, boots, a sleeveless jacket, and an idiotic cloth cap, and the change of clothes had instantly transformed her from a European lady into a skinny Bulgarian youth who would not arouse the slightest suspicion from any patrol.
Turkish gambit -Boris Akunin book in Russian with photo illustrations. Turkish Gambit By BORIS AKUNIN. Boris GROMOV Борис Громов BOOK IN RUSSIAN.
Читать онлайн Turkish Gambit. Translated by Andrew Bromfield.
Турецкий гамбит book. Now comes The Turkish Gambit, which is more a combination of war novel and romance, rather than crime fiction, with the majority of its mysteries so transparent as to barely merit the label. The action here takes place in 1877 and 1878, on the Balkan front of a military conflict pitting tsarist Russia against the Ottoman Empire.
BORIS AKUNIN is the pen name of Grigory Chkhartishvili, who was born in the republic of Georgia in 1956. A philologist, critic, essayist, and translator of Japanese, he published his first detective stories in 1998 and quickly became one of the most widely read authors in Russia.
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