A gripping true story of an American citizen lured from his home in Cyprus to Moscow by the Russians only to be handed over and arrested by American authorities on charges of allegedly kidnapping his own daughter.
A unique story in American-Russian relations where at the alter of this new friendship, the rights of an American citizen were sacrificed.
A documentary novel about the occupation of Crimea by communists during the Civil War.
Voloshin-poet, writer, philosopher and historian, the last symbol of pre-revolutionary Russia, is being crushed and subdued by Bela Kun – Lenin’s commissar who directs the “Red Terror” guards in Crimea. This historical novel parallels the period and events described by Pasternak in his novel “Doctor Zhivago” with one important distinction – the central figures are real rather than fictional.