Jeffrey Sinclair has earned his stripes in the international antiques market, has come to a new understanding of faith, and has won the heart of lovely Katya. But then a seemingly straightforward assignment—reclaim the winter palace of a Russian nobleman whose family lost everything during the 1917 Russian Revolution—turns into something much more sinister.
Thrust into the turbulence of a nation that’s no longer the Soviet Union, Jeffrey is immediately enchanted by the artistry and architecture of St. Petersburg’s czarist past. But he soon runs into a dangerous collusion among former Party members, secret KGB agents, and gangs of criminals and black marketers newly arisen in the aftermath of Communism’s fall. At what price comes the struggle for power, wealth, and souls in the fragmented new Russia?
|Publisher:||Hendrickson Publishers, Incorporated|
|Product dimensions:||5.50(w) x 8.50(h) x 0.90(d)|
About the Author
David Bunn is a full-time novelist and the author of over two dozen novels with sales totaling over 6 million copies in 16 languages. Critical acclaim includes three Christy awards. He regularly keynotes at conferences and teaches creative writing at Oxford University in England. He and his wife, Isabella, live part of each year in Florida.
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