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I'm a bit on the fence with this police procedural set in Russia during the 's. This novel took ages to get into and quite a while to warm to the characters themselves. I did enjoy the depiction of life in Russia during the period, the beaurocracy and communal living. There were only a handful of characters here who could have been responsible for the death at the Dacha.

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The explanation offered in this mystery felt the least plausible Wanted to enjoy this as I love the genre and setting but this fell short for me. Aug 24, Steve rated it it was amazing Shelves: cold-war , espionage , russia , social-history , corruption , first-person. Applying five stars to a book is not, for me, based purely on literary merit. It is purely based on enjoyment. I would argue that Hilary Mantel is a finer literary writer than Alexei Bayer, but her two Wolf Hall books get five stars for enjoyment. While they happen to be highly literary as well, enjoyment also comes from plotting, authenticity, and also the context of the read.

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In my case, pure diversion! This book is a really fine read. It avoids cliche, has mountains of human warmth, the plot p Applying five stars to a book is not, for me, based purely on literary merit. It avoids cliche, has mountains of human warmth, the plot progresses with plausible originality, and the whole experience is one of the best I've enjoyed in a year. Think the iconic Gorky Park by Martin Cruz Smith, and written by someone who clearly has a great insight into Soviet-era life in Moscow in the mid s.

Hope he is writing more - this book was a real treat. Jun 22, Emmett Hoops rated it it was amazing. I loved this book. There's a gentleness to the writing, a decency behind so many characters -- rather the kind of people one would meet in Russia. They're not particularly bloodthirsty, though a few are beyond callous; along the way you will find interesting characters, a story that is as tightly wound as any detective novel you're likely to read in the next few years, and a new favorite author.