Oleg Yavlinsky is a good cop, or at least he thinks he is, until a chance encounter with a wealthy businessman challenges everything he holds dear and brings unsettling memories his time in Chechnya back to the surface.
A short story about life in Russia in the 1990s, the second in a series by David Brining.
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About the Author
David Brining comes from Leeds in England and now lives near York. In between he lived in Russia, Sweden, Sri Lanka, Thailand, Jordan, Syria and Egypt. He enjoys most sports, especially cricket and football, most music, especially classical and opera, and sampling local foods. His writing is fairly eclectic and he is interested in exploring the possibilities afforded by digital publishing (including serialisation, weblink incorporation, embedded audio files etc).He has an aversion to books about vampires, zombies etc. etc. children's books which reduce history to gossip about fat blokes and jokes about bodily functions, chick-lit about shopping, shoes and big pants... in other words, EVERYTHING currently being published in print! He will be publishing a wide range of fiction over the next few months...watch out for a new perspective, and see below for some examples.